As the devastating civil war in Syria marches on, claiming now the lives of 130,000 of its own citizens, the wounded who are fortunate enough to be brought to Israel for treatment are experiencing change. The enmity and fear that they learned, that “if you met an Israeli, he would kill you,” is dissolving away for those who have received treatment and their family members. Read more here in the New York Times.
Tags: Dr. Masad Barhoum, Health Ministry, Israel, languages, Medical Center, Nahariya, refugee, Syria, war, Western Galilee Hospital, WGH
- Post published:January 31, 2014
- Post category:GMC Current News Updates