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Israeli Family Saved When Dog Bites Terrorist

Israeli dog attacking (Photo: Jewish Canine Legion)

Yesterday, Stand for Israel reported on the latest stabbing attack in the Holy Land. The terrorist, who invaded a home near Hebron, was shot dead by the Israeli man he stabbed. Now, Arutz Sheva's Mordechai Sones reports that Sofie, the Israeli family's dog, saved her family by biting the attacker:

Shabtai Kushelevski saw the terrorist outside his home, and ran inside to get his gun. The terrorist followed Shabtai into the home, where his wife was nursing their young baby in a side room.

When Sayad Machmud Ali Kaysiya tried to stab Shabtai in the back, he was attacked by Sofie the family dog, allowing Shabtai time to grab his gun and shoot the terrorist dead. Two knives were subsequently found on the terrorist.

Yekutiel Ben Yakov, Director of the Israel Dog Unit (IDU), a non-profit organization that helps place protection dogs throughout Judea and Samaria said, “We continue to urge Jews to arm themselves with dogs, which have proven to be the most effective biological weapon. The proper use of dogs can save many Jewish lives.”

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