UNITED STATES (VOP TODAY NEWS) — Following recent clashes between Palestinian resistance groups in Gaza and the Israeli army, many cases of psychiatric illness have been reported among Israelis, Israeli media reported.
According to the Lebanese news channel Al-Ahed quoting Israeli TV channel 12, people affected by the rain of the Palestinian Resistance group missiles were treated via teleconference sessions due to lack of enough psychiatrists.
Eli Beer, president of United Hatzalah (United in Relief), said the situation south of the occupied territories was very bad and that Tel Aviv had a heavy burden ahead of him.
He added that they need a large number of psychiatrists in Israel to help settlers who have been affected in recent clashes.
According to the report, settlers in areas close to the Gaza Strip continue to suffer the damage caused by the recent conflict between the Resistance and the Israeli army, the most important of which is mental illness.
There are many cases of psychiatric illness among Israeli military personnel, which has led to an increase in the suicide rate among Israeli soldiers.
Nine Israeli soldiers committed suicide in 2018 according to figures published in January 2019 by the Israeli regime’s army.
Despite the preventive measures of military officials, the number of suicide attempts among Israeli army personnel remains very high.
The multiplication of the number of soldiers who kill themselves greatly worries the staff of the Israeli army, especially since investigations have not defined any specific cause for this trend.
In 48 hours of fighting, nearly 700 missiles were fired at the settlements in southern Israel, and as Israel’s shelling radius intensified, missile strikes targeted Israeli targets further from Gaza and closer to the Israeli border. center of Israel. For the first time in 70 years, Palestinian missiles have targeted houses, factories and buildings in the settlements, and the Israeli press even refers to the inability in some cases to “get in the door in time”. In Israel, the media remain too vague about the damage assessment, while they advance only a balance of 4 dead and 115 wounded.
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