MIRACLE IN ISRAEL: King David saves father and daughters from ‘Palestinian’ terrorist
“Every Saturday night,” Rabbi Berger said, “in the courtyard of King David’s Tomb on Mt. Zion, we have a festive Melaveh Malka meal to usher out the Sabbath. Hundreds of people, not only from Jerusalem, come and take part in the singing and dancing until midnight, in honor of King David.”
“This past Saturday night, one of the regulars – a man named Yeshayahu – got up and hushed everyone. With great emotion, he said: ‘I must tell you all about the miracle that just happened to me.’
“He said that he comes every week with his two daughters to Mt. Zion, but this time, something different happened along the way. ‘We were passing through one of the narrow streets in the Machaneh Yehuda section, when all of a sudden, an Arab jumped out at us, screaming, ‘Itbah al-Yahud! [Slaughter the Jews!] Allahu Akbar!’ He was crazed with bloodthirsty hatred, and he came running towards us, and of course my daughters began to scream and yell.'”
Rabbi Berger noted that there was no one in the area at the time who could help, and there was room for panic. But at that point, “With great presence of mind and with help from Above, Yeshayahu ran towards the Arab and called out, ‘You cannot do anything to us, because we’re on our way to King David.’ He yelled this at the Arab – and the terrorist was simply overtaken by fear, and he ran away without doing anything.”
“The truth is that I’ve heard many stories over the years that I’ve been here,” Rabbi Berger added, “of miracles that occurred in the merit of King David.” However, this specific miracle certainly visibly moved him.
An hour after the Arab terrorist ran away, Yeshayahu arrived at the Melaveh Malka meal and told the story. He told the participants that he had briefly hesitated as to whether or not to come, but that he realized that he had just been the beneficiary
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