An adventurous 25-year-old Israeli woman proved that the Hamas was no match for her as she led a group of people to murder over 20 advancing terrorists, five of whom she personally killed, sparing the entire kibbutz from harm.
According to Walla News, Inbar Lieberman, Kibbutz Nir Am’s security coordinator since December 2022, heard explosions early on Saturday when the terrorists began their historic attack on the Jewish homeland.
The kibbutz is close to Sderot and not far from the Gaza Strip. She noticed that the sounds were not the same as those heard during the regular rocket attacks.
In the midst of the attack, Lieberman hurried to access the armory, gave the 12-person security squad their weapons, and planned their effective response.
She ambushed the shooters and turned the tables on them during their attempt to inflict widespread deaths by positioning her group of kibbutzniks in key locations throughout the settlement.
According to Walla News, Lieberman killed five terrorists by herself as the others shot and killed 20 more over the course of four hours, transforming Nir Am into an unbreakable fortress while severely damaging surrounding kibbutzim.
Nir Am’s cultural coordinator, Ilit Paz, told Israel Hayom, “It was amazing.” My spouse was a member of the backup team that attempted to stop additional deaths.
After independently establishing communication with Inbal and other standby unit members after hearing the gunfire, they realized they had been ordered to remain on standby.
However, Inbal decided to jump operationally rather than wait. Actually, they saved dozens of casualties by acting quickly,” she continued.
The brave woman was also praised in a social media post, according to the Maariv daily.
“This woman will be awarded the Israel Prize when it’s all over. Her heroic tale will live on in Israeli folklore for many years to come. Nir Am, the only kibbutz in the entire vicinity that is undamaged, is because of Inbal, the message stated.
The latest figures available indicate that there have been at least 900 deaths and 2,600 injuries in Israel.