It is stories like these that never see the light of day because it does not fit the narrative of Israel that her detractors like to portray.
When this small child's life was at risk, Israeli soldiers were there to help.
At 5:30am yesterday, a Palestinian family brought their daughter - unconscious and unable to breathe - to a nearby IDF base in search of help.
The soldiers there immediately responded and performed emergency first aid at this critical moment. Shortly after, the child was transferred to a hospital by the Palestinian Red Crescent for further treatment.
💙💙 We are sharing this little video because we feel like everyone needs to start today with a smile and because, well, only in Israel!
Moshe called the police because he lost his wallet. Over the course of the conversation, he told the dispatcher that it was his 93rd birthday but that he was a widow with no children, and therefore had no one to celebrate with him.
So the patrol officers in Eilat took it upon themselves to bring Moshe a bit of birthday cheer!
💙💙💙 🇦🇺🇮🇱 Flashing back to Mach 2020 when El Al airlines made history and landed in Melbourne, Australia for the very first time in order to repatriated stranded Aussies (and then return home with stranded Israelis) at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Why are we resharing this historic moment now?!
Because, it seems all but official that El Al will run direct flights on the Melbourne-Tel Aviv route after CEO of El Al, Dina Ben Tal Ganancia flagged it at a Google tourism conference!
Since it was announced earlier in the month that Saudi Arabia would allow Israeli flights to fly over their airspace, there has been a lot of talk about whether this flight - Melbourne-Tel Aviv - would be back on the cards after plans before the pandemic had been all but shelved. After much talk, the only flight that ever eventuated was this repatriation flight and another to Perth, with the former taking 18 hours.
With the news from Saudi Arabia, this flight will only take 15.5 hours! And it will be happening!