After the recent Passover terror attack in San Diego, native Israeli Almog Peretz and his relatives may be feeling either lucky or unlucky, but if they are inclined to look at their recent experience through spiritual eyes they may agree that they are fated, destined or chosen.
Depending on which news report one believes, while either visiting California or having recently emigrated to the United States from Israel a few months ago, Peretz left his former home in missile-plagued Sderot Israel to witness and provide heroics during the tragic shooting at a Jewish synagogue in Poway California that resulted in one death and three injuries.
Were it not for Peretz’s presence, who was credited with having saved the lives of several children during the attack, the casualties would have been far greater. “It doesn’t matter where we go, we have to look out for ourselves…” Peretz told an Israeli radio station after the shooting.[Read more…]
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