All Time Israeli Birth Record—68 Babies Born the Day War Ended
Beersheva’s Soroka Hospital is home to the busiest maternity ward in Israel. On an average day, 35 babies are born there. But on the last day of Operation Protective Edge, something bizarre happened. The birth rate nearly doubled and 68 babies were born there in one day.
Israeli officials say that this sets a record for births in an Israeli hospital over a 24-hour period since the State of Israel was established.
The weird thing? Let’s do a little math…
The amount of Jews killed during Operation Protective Edge = 65
The amount of boys murdered earlier this summer = 3
Add them together, and what do you get?
A wink from Hashem to his beloved nation that has been through a VERY hard summer.
(please note, the photo above is not connected to this post. Thanks so much to Miriam Friedman for sending this my way!)