PM says Israel looking for ways to help wounded from Aleppo

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he has instructed the foreign ministry to find a way to help more of the wounded from Syria, including from Aleppo.

“The suffering is great. We can help mitigate some of the suffering, that’s the best we can do,” he says.

“It’s a tragedy,” Netanyahu says addressing foreign reporters and diplomats at the Government Press Office’s annual New Year’s reception.

Israel has been treated over 2,000 Syrians since 2014, with most helped in a IDF field hospital.

Raphael Ahren

A military hospital set up by the IDF in the Golan Heights in order to treat wounded Syrians. (photo credit: screen capture, Channel 2)
A military hospital set up by the IDF in the Golan Heights in order to treat wounded Syrians. (photo credit: screen capture, Channel 2)

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