Female Israeli Soldier Gets Shot By Hailstorm Of Bullets, Fights Off 23 Terrorists During Ambush

ISIS may claim to be fearless, having God on their side, but in reality, there’s one country they fear more than anything… and there’s a lot more reason to believe thenation they fear has God on their side. According to Jürgen Todenhöfer, a German reporter who spent 10 days in the so-called Islamic State last year, Israel is not included in ISIS’ planned “first stage” of colonization in the Middle East.

“The only country Isis fears is Israel – they told me they know the Israeli army is too strong for them. They think they can defeat US and UK ground troops, who they say they have no experience in city guerrilla or terrorist strategies. But they know the Israelis are very tough as far as fighting against guerrillas and terrorists.”

After you read the following story, you’ll know why. There’s nothing ISIS fears more than being killed by a girl (as they believe they can’t go to heaven if killed by a woman), and Israeli’s women are doing one hell of a job of eradicating them.

As American News reported:

In a legacy that will continue on for centuries, Captain Or Ben-Yehuda of the Israeli Defense Forces successfully led her men to safety amid absolutely terror and chaos. The young IDF Captain was in charge of a company of soldiers when they were violently attacked by terrorists near the Egyptian border, but under her impeccable leadership, they were able to survive.


Ben-Yehuda was in charge of the Caracal Battalion, which was stationed near the Israeli/Egyptian border. When Ben-Yehuda and her team spotted three suspicious vehicles approaching the battalion’s position, they quickly went to investigate. As they approached the first vehicle, nearly two dozen armed men open fired on their position.


Ben-Yehuda and her driver were shot in the gunfire but the brave captain was still able to get on the radio and call for backup, administer first aid to her drive and return fire back at her attackers until IDF soldiers arrived on the scene. When they did, the Captain commanded them and positioned her men to fight back.

Ignoring demands from the medical personnel, Ben-Yehuda refused to leave the battlefield until the fighting was complete.


When she finally recovered from her injuries, a special awards ceremony was held in her honor and she was granted the Medal of Valor. The award was presented by her mother, who is a decorated IDF soldier herself.



In total, she managed to fight off 23 terrorists.

ISIS may be at Israel’s door – but they won’t be having much luck entering.

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