Soldiers Shocked By ‘Act Of God’ That Stops Terrorists In Their Tracks (Video)

A video of an unusual weather phenomenon in the Golan Heights has been shared over 150,000 times on social media, and some are arguing it shows God protecting Israel.

The video shows what looks like a giant towering cloud of dust and rain hovering over the border between Israel and Syria, very close to where ISIS militants recently attacked Israeli forces for the first time.

The unusual cloud seemed to end right at the border of Israel’s Golan Heights region, only on the Syrian side but not impacting Israel.

“This strange storm of what appears to be dust, cloud and rain did NOT cross the border fence into Israel. It sat like a barrier between ISIS and Israel,” the Facebook post pointed out.

To date, the video has received more than five million views, 60,000 likes, 28,500 comments and 155,577 shares.

Commenters called the amazing weather phenomenon a “miracle” and a “protective occurrence provided by the Almighty.”

Less than a week before the strange cloud showed up, four ISIS militants on the Syrian side of the border shot at an IDF patrol, the first time ISIS had ever directly attacked Israeli forces. The IDF troops returned fire and killed all four attackers. Moreover, Israeli fighter jets also hit several targets in Syria. No Israeli soldiers were injured or killed in the incident.

Source: Breaking Israel News
Photo: Mad World News

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