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Almost nothing is known about the Syrian as he is wheeled into emergency surgery 40 minutes after the rescue.
He may be a member of a relatively moderate Islamist group, or he may be a jihadi.
Then five of them move up to the 12ft chainlink fence that marks the limit of Israeli-held territory.
On the other side, on the very edge of Syria, lies an unconscious man wrapped like a doll in a blood-drenched duvet.
'There are now 2,000 Syrians who have had their lives saved by Israel. In the future, they will be more friendly to Israel and they won't want to fight us.''I work with the Syrians all the time, I see and hear bad things,' he said.
'Many of them said bad words to me, that they are going to kill me, they are going to fight with the Christian community, when they are safe they will fight against Israel.
Palestinian civilians are also regular patients at Israeli hospitals such as the Rambam Medical Centre in Haifa.
When that happens it will be hard, but I have to say my first duty will be to Israelis.' Unconscious: A wounded Syrian Islamic militant receives urgent medical treatment from Israeli troops at the Syrian border.The commandos unlock the fence, open a section of it and drag him onto Israeli soil.But this wounded man is not an Israeli soldier, or even an Israeli citizen. And his rescue forms part of an extraordinary mission that is fraught with danger and has provoked deep controversy on all sides.The baby was treated under cover of darkness in the back of an armoured car, by Israeli military medics with rifles slung over their shoulders.
They were able to ascertain that she was suffering from a high fever and gave the mother some much-needed medication.'There is an element of wanting to improve the country's brand and image abroad, when all the opinion polls show that Israel doesn't have the greatest reputation.Mail Online has gained unprecedented access to this secretive and hazardous operation, embedding with the commandos to obtain exclusive footage, and interviewing the medics who are obliged to treat Syrian militants, some of whom openly admit that they intend to kill Israelis.