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January 27, 2015 / 7 Shevat, 5775
 
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Arabs Help Couple Save Baby from Carjackers

A Chanukah miracle in Samaria
The family's stolen vehicle recovered. Arabs kidnapped an Israeli toddler in a Carjacking, and her father saved her with the help of other Arabs.

The family's stolen vehicle recovered. Arabs kidnapped an Israeli toddler in a Carjacking, and her father saved her with the help of other Arabs.
Photo Credit: Tazpit News Agency

“When my wife saw our daughter, she breathed a huge sigh of relief,” recalled the husband, formerly an officer in elite IDF unit. “There could have been so many terrible endings to this situation, but ours was a miracle.”

“Thank God, our situation ended the way it did, but people need to know that these kinds of things happen all the time in our region,” the father noted. “These situations can leave people in such trauma – ours was but a rare victory.”

“There are rocks thrown at our vehicles all the time, property and cars are stolen frequently, homes broken into – it’s the Wild West out here,” he added. “They see women driving and they think that they can do what they want.”

Naama Tzemach, 26, from the neighboring Neriya community, near Dolev, told Tazpit that residents in the communities of the Mateh Binyamin Regional Council live with miracles every day. “These kinds of things happen all the time. I’m scared to drive in certain areas because of what the Palestinians will do to us, but this is home at the end of the day.”

the mother of three, Tzemach said that “Anything can happen here, but God protects us – there’s no other way to explain what goes on here.”

About the Author: Anav Silverman is a regular contributor to Tazpit News Agency.


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30 Responses to “Arabs Help Couple Save Baby from Carjackers”

  1. Thank G-D for the Arabs who helped.

  2. Sharon Barks says:

    Awesome ! Glory beeee!

  3. Salaam ali-kum to them

  4. Not a miracle but certainly wonderful to hear. So good to hear.

  5. Kay Katz says:

    We need to see more stories like this to soften our hearts.

  6. Nice Guy says:

    Those arabs who helped protect the child…will actually merit and get their 70 virgins in heaven while those who try to harm Jews will get 70 VERMIN to bite and eat them in HELL for all eternity.

  7. Goodness and humanity can exist in the hearts of all humans since we are God's children. It is only when evil becomes the driver and cruel, vicious ways overtake the person. If life was left to the normal, hard working people/families – we would ALL get along. Evil is real and in this case – evil was triumph by Good. Israel is a shining example of good – in a dark area of the world.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Why did the mother stop after being hit by the Arabs? She should have driven to the nearest Jewish village instead of stopping on the road.

  9. one thing is for sure GOD is in control of every thing GOD bless them

  10. the Jewish Press could have enhanced this news service article with some maps, and an explanation of whether it falls in the A, B or C regions and what that means for security jurisdiction between the 1949 armistice line and the Jordan River.

  11. Alana Ronald says:

    she was in shock

  12. Cody Flecker says:

    This episode was only one good example out of a million bad examples of people especially Arabs of doing eveil. When you believe in Moloch, anythings possible. Read you Bible for more clues about Moloch.

  13. Lana Merle says:

    This story certainly lifts my mood. Thanks

  14. Hannah Maltha says:

    Great !!!!

  15. AC Stubbs says:

    You are an idiot

  16. AC Stubbs says:

    Wonderful

  17. Moishe Sachs says:

    Jeffrey, that's sounds like a good point. I don't see why the Press wouldn't have ready your suggested contextual background information from now on.
    Stubbs is reflecting himself.

  18. Bigmouth unstead worrying about Iran, he should worry what is happening in Israel, he should order to strike in Samaria and Judea once for all.

  19. Willy van Wermeskerken says:

    Fantastisch eind

  20. davidcnl Do you think they would not have hit her again, if she had not stopped?

  21. Wonderful end but I have to say striking Samaria and Judea makes far more sense the striking Iran not forgetting Gaza. Palestinian Arabs are no better than the savages roaming all over Europe, the US the rest of the Middle East and Iran. Israel's children are daily in danger as are Israel's women. As much as Israel has wise governance a civil confrontation on Israel's doorstep would indeed set an example to the rest of the crazy middle east and might just give the rest of Secular Copts the courage to turn on their own mad mullahs as Egypt is doing. I agree with the Rabbis stone throwing is a violence that kills and is murder against Israels citizens.

  22. Bill Russell says:

    showsppl of goodwill everywhere

  23. Sarah Williams says:

    Because she didn't know they were Arab criminals and that this was anything other than a fender-bender. BTW, this used to be a common tactic in the US as well.

  24. Sarah Williams says:

    Proving that Palestinians and Israelis, Muslims and Jews, equally detest carjackers, thieves and kidnappers.

  25. there is no nation it s name Israel …

  26. Les Legato says:

    Proving that Jewish women should be armed and never get out of a car without being ready to use it.

  27. And what about this person who told the husband where the car is, and that it will be alright, he deserves some kind of recognition for his kindness.

  28. Vivienne you should be ashamed of your hateful comments against an entire people. Most Palestinians, Arabs and Muslims are very peaceful people and its not their fault some extremists are the loudest or most organized. When one person commits a crime its not the entire groups fault. You can find bad Jews or Christians who commit violent acts or crimes but you won't accuse them of evil collectively. You are a hypocrite and an extremist.

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