Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Chareidi Soldiers Exited Bus One Minute Before Hamas Rocket Blew It Up

According to the IDF the bus that brought the soldiers down to the area, dropped off groups of Chareidie soldiers in different locations as was pre-planned by the IDF. The last stop was near the border, opposite a town in Gaza known as Jabaliya, located in the northern segment of the Gaza Strip.
The last soldiers to leave the bus gathered their gear and headed to the appointed meetup spot in the nearby thicket of woods. The bus driver parked the bus by the side of the road and proceeded to exit the bus and walk away for a much needed break.
A few short minutes after the driver left the bus, an anti-tank missile struck a direct hit on the bus, causing it to erupt in flames. One soldier, aged 19, who was not among the passengers, was severely injured in the resulting explosion.
The soldier transported to the trauma center in Soroka hospital for treatment and surgery.
The bus had been filled with Chareidie soldiers who are residents of Jerusalem, Bnei Brak, Ashdod, Netivot, Beer Sheva, Afula and other cities.


Ma Rabbi said...

What an open miracle that none of the soldiers was hurt.
May Hashem watch over the soldiers of Israel at all times.

Anonymous said...

A more open miracle would be the terrorists blowing themselves up instead of the bus.

Anonymous said...

No open miracle. Hamas didnt want an all out war. If they killed 50 soldiers
Israel would have had to go in. They just were showing what they could do.