Coordinated? IDF soldier wounded by 'stray' bullet/mortar on Syrian border
You don't think they're coordinating
or something, do you? An IDF soldier has been wounded by a 'stray' bullet or mortar
on the Syrian border.
An IDF soldier on Thursday was struck by a stray bullet originating from the Syrian side of the border.
The soldier's bulletproof vest prevented serious injury, however he did suffer light wounds in the incident.
It was the third time in recent days that fire from battles raging between the Syrian military and rebels near the border of Israel crossed the border.
Defense Minister Ehud Barak and Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu toured the Golan Heights
on Wednesday amid the border incidents. Barak stated that nearly all of
the Syrian villages along the border with Israel are in rebel hands.
Labels: Gaza, Golan Heights, Hamas, Syria