A Canadian Forces hospital is now up and running in Iraq and it will be treating ISIS radicals if they're brought in.
According to the Canadian Press, Chief of Defence staff Gen. Jonathan Vance told the Commons defence committee that the hospital just started operations. It includes three surgeons and will provide medical support to anyone injured on the battlefield.
“We would never deny medical support to any casualty on a battlefield,” Vance said.
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Can you imagine if ISIS found a wounded Canadian soldier? Can you imagine the 'medical support' they'd receive?
The Canadian Press article mentions that this “position is consistent with the Geneva Conventions”. However, it begs the question: should ISIS be exempt from medical care?
SOUND OFF in the comments: what is your position on this?