WATCH: Israel Donates Aid Packages to Syrians Fleeing Regime Offensive

A package containing diapers stands as emergency aid supplies offered by the Israeli government needed for the recovery efforts for the victims of Hurricane Katrina, wait to be loaded into a cargo plane at Ben Gurion airport near Tel Aviv, Israel Wednesday Sept. 7, 2005. Israel is sending a search …
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The Jerusalem Post reports: The IDF on Tuesday transfered aid and care packages donated by Israeli residents of the Golan Heights to Syrians displaced by fighting on the other side of border, the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit announced Wednesday.

The transfer of the packages, which was done under Operation Good Neighbor, was carried out by the Bashan Division, which transferred them in two military operations to the other side of the fence for Syrians in camps in the northern and southern Syrian Golan Heights.

The IDF has been providing lifesaving humanitarian assistance to Syrians on the Golan Heights – all while maintaining the principle of noninvolvement in the Syrian civil war – as part of Operation Good Neighbor launched in June 2016.

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