Amazing Miracle: A Bizarre Storm Protects Israel Against A Terror Group

First Posted: Dec 09, 2016 02:01 AM EST

There was this strange storm that seemed cloud of dust and rain that hit the other side of the Syrian border, which was the place where ISIS attacked Israel, yet it did not cross the border fence into Israel at 8 a.m. on Thursday. It looked like a barrier between ISIS and Israel.

The storm stopped at the border and did not enter Israel's Golan Heights region. The place where the storm hit was close to where jihadis had attacked Israeli troops for the first time in November. The Israeli troops retaliated against the attackers on the truck. Then, the fighter jets came to the rescue and destroyed the truck, eliminating all the extremists on board.

Mirror reports that many people reacted on this unexpected phenomenon that it was God's divine intervention to safeguard Israelis against their enemies or this terror group. The storm was filmed and posted on Facebook. It has a caption that says this strange storm of what appears to be dust, rain and cloud did NOT cross the border fence into Israel.

In the Book of Numbers 14, it was written that God protects His people as it says: "...that You, Lord, are seen face to face and Your clouds stands before them, and You go before them in a pillar of cloud by day and in a pillar of fire by night." In Orlando Houston writing, it stated that God is protecting his chosen people yet again.

Some of the viewers of the footage also said that God is incredible and proclaimed the phenomenon is the hand of God. Margaret Tilford said that if they had cell phones before when God parted the Red Sea and led the Israelites, it would have looked like this.

Another commentator, Magda Botha, said that it is the hand of God the Almighty showing the world He is in control. The Breaking Israel News described the unexpected phenomenon as without an uncertainty the hand of God protecting Israel against her enemies, as noted by The Sun.

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