Israel’s Poriya Hospital in occupied Palestine received two terrorists on Wednesday morning after they were injured fighting inside Syria.
One of the terrorists acquired shrapnel wounds in the eye and left leg, while the other had severe wounds in his hands, Israeli website Walla reported.
More than 173 wounded terrorists have been admitted at Poriya Hospital so far, while three wounded terrorists were also moved to the hospital three days ago, according to the website.
However, conflicting figures remain on the number of injured terrorists who have been admitted to Israeli hospitals, with some Israeli sources claiming up to 1,600 wounded terrorists have received treatment in the occupied territories.
Medical care is just one form of support the Israeli authorities openly provide to terrorist organizations, with the Israeli army also launching assaults on sites inside Syrian territory to support terrorists.