IDF chief Halutz released from hospital after undergoing tests
Officials at Tel Aviv's Ichilov Hospital tell Halutz, who complained of exhaustion, to rest and eat properly.
Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff, Lieutenant General Dan Halutz, underwent a series of tests at a Tel Aviv hospital on Friday after complaining of abdominal pain.
The IDF chief was later declared healthy and allowed to go home, the army said.
An IDF spokesman said Halutz had been taken to hospital with stomach pains and had undergone tests. He was released later on Friday after doctors found nothing wrong with him.
"There is nothing wrong with his health," the spokesman said earlier.
TV reports said the 58-year-old Halutz, who has been leading Israel's 17-day war against Lebanese Hezbollah guerrillas, was also complaining of exhaustion.
Officials at Tel Aviv's Ichilov Hospital said he was sent home after several hours with a recommdentation that he rest and eat properly. The military said Halutz was given a clean bill of health.