Haredi soldiers save Samaria resident

Terrorists throw stones at Samaria resident commuting to work, haredi soldiers chase terrorist, save victim's life.

Arutz Sheva Staff,

Aharon's car, after the stoning
Aharon's car, after the stoning
Netzah Yehuda Foundation

Aharon K., a father of five and a resident of the Samaria town of Esh Kodesh, left for work on Thursday morning. During his trip to his office in central Israel, his vehicle was stoned and damaged.

Haredi soldiers from the Netzah Yehuda battalion chased off the terrorists and saved Aharon's life.

The Netzah Yehuda Battalion, also called Nahal Haredi, is stationed in the Binyamin Region.

On Thursday morning, on my way to work, I was attacked by terrorists," Aharon said. "These people don't know me, and don't know who I am, but they wanted to kill me on the road near my home."

"They threw stones at me from all directions. My car was destroyed. But I'm alive. Within a few minutes, Netzah Yehuda soldiers arrived and began chasing the terrorists off.

"Thanks to them, I'm alive."

The area in question has been the scene of several recent attacks, which miraculously ended without injury. In July 2015, a drive-by shooting was reported near Kokhav Hashahar. The terrorists fired three bullets, but the Jewish driver fired back and the terrorists ran.

Netzah Yehuda soldier with the resident he saved
Netzah Yehuda Foundation








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