There is a huge difference between Israeli and paleostinian (homicidal/genocidal) society, and those who fail to see the difference, do so intentionally.
I know that Israeli medicine is impressive, but if her entire body is burned, the odds are really really stacked up against this defenseless 16 year old girl.
‘I was looking for my daughter, her whole body was burned’
The bus (Photo: Yarden Litner)
Racheli Dadon was with her 15-year-old daughter Eden on the bus when it became engulfed in flames, while the bus driver did all he could to save the passengers and says no one aroused his suspicion.
Ynet reporters Published: 04.18.16, 23:31 / Israel News
Racheli Dadon was desperately looking for her daughter, 15-year-old Eden, after the bombing on bus number 12 in Jerusalem on Monday, “when I found her, I saw that he entire body was burned.”
Police investigation found that an explosive device blew up at the back of the bus. Security forces are investigating the possibility that one of the wounded is a suicide bomber.
From her bed at the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem’s Ein Kerem, Racheli recounted in tears the terrifying experience.
Racheli Dadon, injured in the bus attack (Photo: Gil Yohanan)
“My daughter and I got on the number 12 bus, and my daughter went to the back to find us seats while I paid the bus driver. We hadn’t even sat down when all of a sudden we heard a huge explosion, and glass began to fall on us. Everything was dark and full of smoke,” she recalled.
“I collapsed. Her whole face was black and burned. It was impossible to see her,” Dandon continued. “Paramedics had to carry my daughter out of the bus because she couldn’t move under her own power.”
After breaking down in tears, she added “I’ve always watched these things happen from the outside, but when it happens to you… I can’t believe that I’m here and that my daughter isn’t. She’ll be 16 in a month, and now she’s sedated and on a ventilator. I’m praying that she’ll get out of this ok.”
Racheli also requested that the Israeli public pray for her daughter’s recovery.