IDF Field Hospital in Golan Heights (YouTube/Screenshot) (YouTube/Screenshot)
IDF Field Hospital in Golan Heights

The IDF’s ‘Mazor Ladach’ Field Hospital in the Golan Heights has been treating injured and ill Syrians for more than four years.

The Israeli army set up a field hospital in the Golan Heights, along the Syrian border to treat Syrians injured in their bloody civil war or unable to obtain proper medical care due to the war.

The name of the hospital is ‘Mazor Ladach,’ which translates to “Bandaging Those in Need,” and has already cared for hundreds of Syrians as part of Israel’s ‘Operation Good Neighbor,’ which provides Syrians with medical, infrastructural, and civilian aid.

The IDF prioritized security in the design of the hospital in order to provide those treated with a peaceful environment during their break from the ongoing war.






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