Syrian army forces find Israeli-made medicine in militant field hospital in Quneitra
Syrian government have uncovered a considerable amount of Israeli-made medicine and medical supplies in a field hospital belonging to foreign-sponsored Takfiri terrorists in the country’s strategic southwestern province of Quneitra.
Local sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, told Syria’s official news agency, SANA, that army soldiers made the discovery in the village of Bariqa on Wednesday as they were combing the area for hidden ordinance and improvised explosive devices, which Takfiri terrorists had planted there.
The report added that the hospital had modern CT scan, X-ray medical imaging machines, laboratory equipment and a pharmacy containing various types of antibiotics, vaccines and painkillers.
It is said that the medical facility was equipped with central heating and its rooms were fitted with modern beds.
A brand-new and modern British ambulance in addition to a number of cars were also parked in the hospital courtyard, which militants apparently used to transfer their injured fellows to the site.
On August 23, Syrian government forces found a field hospital used by members of the Jabhat Fateh al-Sham Takfiri terrorist group, formerly known as al-Nusra Front, filled with Israeli-made medical equipment in al-Rafid village of Quneitra province.
Syrian army soldiers discovered a field hospital used by Jabhat Fateh al-Sham terrorists at the Quneitra Crossing and in close proximity to the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights on July 27.