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>> They appear almost every night. Men, women and children, wounded in Syria's civil war, arriving on the narrow border with Israeli occupied Golan Heights. Waiting for treatment by army medics, the Syrian government taught them were their mortal foe. This Syrian man is one of them.>> The regime created this idea in our minds so we would keep considering Israel our enemy, which benefits the regime.
In the end, we discovered that our government is the enemy of all of us.>> He asked us to withhold his name, fearing retribution back home. The Israeli soldiers generally treat the wounded here near the border before moving them to a hospital.>>
The feeling is definitely one of satisfaction, in that we can see what is going on, on the other side.
It's actually the very least we can give them, and the feeling here is one of a calling of real humanitarian aid.>> Sometimes gunfire and explosions can be heard in the distance. Israel seized the Golan Heights from Syria in 1967. It's not taken formal sides in the civil war, although it's watched closely the influence of Lebanese and Iranian militia.