Israeli Occupation soldiers suffer cerebral concussions during Gaza

Palestine

Published: 2024-03-26 17:40

Last Updated: 2024-04-14 04:31


Israeli Occupation soldiers suffer cerebral concussions during Gaza
Israeli Occupation soldiers suffer cerebral concussions during Gaza

A recent report from the Hebrew newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth has disclosed that approximately 60 percent of Israeli Occupation soldiers were diagnosed with cerebral concussions during the recent aggression on Gaza.

The newspaper noted that routine CT scans revealed evidence of concussion among these soldiers.

Earlier statements from Lucien Lior, the head of the mental health department in the Israeli Occupation army, confirmed that around 1,700 soldiers underwent psychological treatment.

He admitted that this marked the largest mental health crisis faced by the army since 1973, particularly in light of the recent aggression on Gaza.

The Israeli Occupation army disclosed that approximately 30,000 soldiers from its forces have reached out to its mental health hotline since the commencement of the aggression on Gaza in early October last year.

Former Israeli Occupation Chief of Staff Moshe Ya'alon expressed grave concern, labeling the situation as the entity's most perilous crisis to date.

Regarding the issue of captives, Ya'alon indicated that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu seems willing to overlook the plight of captives in order to secure his political survival.