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The baby was treated under cover of darkness in the back of an armoured car, by Israeli military medics with rifles slung over their shoulders.
They were able to ascertain that she was suffering from a high fever and gave the mother some much-needed medication.'There is an element of wanting to improve the country's brand and image abroad, when all the opinion polls show that Israel doesn't have the greatest reputation.
He stopped just short of calling out Jeremy Corbyn personally as an anti-Semite.
While on a visit to Brussels, Mr Erdan told the Guardian: 'We recognise and we see that there are anti-Semitic views in many of the leadership of the current Labour party,' .'We hope it will be changed.
But analysts suggest the Jewish state has in fact struck a deadly 'deal with the devil' – offering support to the Sunni militants who fight the Syrian ruler Assad in the hope of containing its arch enemies Hezbollah and Iran.'My dream is that one day, the Red Cross will say, thanks guys, we'll take it from here, you go back to your unit and take care of injured Israelis,' said Lieutenant Colonel Itzik Malka, commander of the medical branch of the Golan Brigade.'I am proud of what we are doing here, but it is a great burden.
But this wounded man is not an Israeli soldier, or even an Israeli citizen. And his rescue forms part of an extraordinary mission that is fraught with danger and has provoked deep controversy on all sides.Her older brother had died of a rare bone disease, and her mother feared that she was showing symptoms of the same disorder.Distraught, the woman decided to brave the dangers of the border and appeal to the enemy for help.Palestinian civilians are also regular patients at Israeli hospitals such as the Rambam Medical Centre in Haifa.A spokesman pointed out that about 20 per cent of the Syrians treated by Israel are civilians.