'Miracle' Sources Save Jewish Woman's Life

The West Bank (Majdi Mohammed/AP)
Who says chivalry is dead and traditional enemies can't get along? Not this Jewish woman.

A 36-year-old mother of six had her life saved earlier this week by three Palestinians after her car was pelted by stones by a group of unidentified men while driving near Hebron in the direction of Kiryat Arba, Israeli media sources reported. When the woman felt sharp pains and blood flowing from her head, she knew she was in trouble, but said a "miracle" saved her.

"I was driving and suddenly found myself in the opposite lane," the woman said. "I went back into my lane, and it's a miracle there wasn't another car.

"When I stopped the car, I was dripping with blood," she said. "I tried to see what happened. And that's when I saw a huge rock that hit my foot ... I started to cry and scream; those were difficult moments. I tried to call the police and the ambulance, but there wasn't any reception. Suddenly, three Palestinians arrived and tried to help. One of them told me he was a doctor and stopped the bleeding in my head, while another tried to call the rescue forces because he had a Palestinian network that had reception in the area."

MDA showed up eventually and took her to the hospital, but the woman was stunned that one of the men had cell phone reception in that area.

"It's a miracle that I was saved," she told Ynet. "I almost died and cannot believe it."

It's not the first time violence like this has happened recently. Two women, one of them 18, were slightly injured on Aug. 22 from a stone-throwing incident near the West Bank settlements of Elon Moreh and Itamar.

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