Israeli Soldiers: Hand of God Protected Them Through Pillar of Cloud During Battle with ISIS

An enormous storm hovered between Israeli soldiers and ISIS fighters — and it was captured on video.

By Nancy Flory Published on January 10, 2017

Israeli soldiers captured on video a pillar of cloud that strangely hovered over the boundary between Syria and Israel, protecting the soldiers from ISIS during a battle.

The Israeli soldiers videotaped the phenomenon that occurred during a battle with ISIS in the Golan Heights. The men called the pillar of cloud the “hand of Hashem,” or the hand of God, which protected them.

According to Israel News Online, the cloud was comprised of dust, cloud and rain and “did NOT cross the border fence into Israel. It sat like a barrier between ISIS and Israel.” Israelis have called the storm “divine intervention,” reported Israel Today.

“Huge miracle! Notice how God stopped this enormous storm exactly on the border,” Yifat Romano posted on Israel News Online‘s Facebook page. “Thank you, Father!”

Nissim Nahoum wrote, “The Creator of the world is protecting us.”

When asked about how the cloud protected the soldiers, Israel News Online responded, “Well there have been no ISIS attacks since then. I wonder what they thought of it. That may be the case if the cloud was there or not as we retaliated at the time. Impossible to say for sure.”

Here is the video, which was captured by an Israeli soldier:


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  • 6Proverbs16

    Hallelujah! God is worthy!

  • faithntrust

    Inspirational! We need more such reports to keep our hopes up!

  • John Sposato

    Biblical? Hmmm…Inspiring.

  • Shamu

    It is my personal belief that all of us are currently living in what will one day become known as “historical moments in time”. Heads up everybody! Stay alert! Pay close attention!

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