He Returned From Gaza - And Eliminated Terrorists In Jerusalem

By Arutz-7
Posted on 11/30/23 | News Source: Arutz-7

One of the soldiers who helped neutralize the terrorists in a Thursday morning shooting attack in Jerusalem is Ro'ei Aizenbach, a resident of the town of Ofra.

The attack left three people dead, and several others injured.

Aizenbach was injured in his hand during the shooting attack, and is now in light to moderate condition, and stable.

Aizenbach, a soldier in the Golani Brigade, was at the scene of the terror attack after leaving Gaza for a short break.

Speaking from the hospital, his father said, "We understood that he acted in an exceptional fashion, and it does not surprise us. We are proud of him - that he came and initiated and aimed for contact - that is how we educate them at home - to love the people and the Land. We send warm, warm embraces and support to the soldiers on all the fronts."

Binyamin Regional Council head Israel Ganz wrote, "Ro'ei, a resident of the town of Ofra in Binyamin, was injured in a terror attack in Jerusalem. He is a soldier in the Golani commando unit, who went home for a short break. He immediately aimed for contact, eliminated the terrorists, and prevented worse results."

"Ro'ei was injured in his hand and is in light condition. We are praying for the recovery of Ro'ei, the son of Michal, along with the rest of the wounded."

In a statement, the Council said: "Two residents of Binyamin, Ro'ei from the town of Ofra, a soldier in the Golani commando unit; and Aviad, a reserve soldier from the town of Ahiya, found themselves at the scene of a shooting attack this morning in Jerusalem. They attacked the terrorists - eliminated them, and prevented much worse results. Ro'ei was injured in his hand by a bullet, and his condition is light."

"Both of them were on a short break, and the terror attack caught them on their way back from fighting in Gaza."

Ganz said, "The residents of Binyamin are proud of them and wish [them] a speedy recovery. A generation of heroes was raised here. We will be victorious."