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Ravit Hana Assayag Death; Victim Shot in The Mouth During A Gang Shootout

A courageous Israeli woman named Ravit Hana Assayag has been acclaimed as a hero after she was killed in a hail of bullets while attempting to protect her settlement from Hamas assailants.

In the early hours of Saturday morning, a heavily armed gang assaulted an Israeli settlement in the south of the nation. During a confrontation with the group, Ravit Assayag was wounded in the mouth. When the Palestinian militants were hiding in a wooden shack,

Ravit, a 19-year-old Border Force officer from Israel, bravely charged in and was mortally wounded. The kid had returned to Israel from a vacation in New York early in order to combat terrorists in the village of Yakhini, which is only nine miles from the Gaza border.

Her commanding officer hailed the young officer for her bravery during her burial on Monday night in Ashdod, southern Israel. Ravit insisted on entering first, Commander Baruch Honig said to the grieving. Despite being slain, she managed to save the mission and the unit. We had been fighting for several hours in an olive grove. Eight of them were shot.

We believed they were all dead when Ravit killed three of them. Ravit went to investigate a shed in the olive grove as we conducted a search of the area.She was determined to enter first. I was asked to stand in for her. She was wounded. He would have killed us all if she hadn’t entered that room. She rescued the thing.

In Times Square, where she and her father Shimon were celebrating the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, commonly known as the Feast of the Tabernacle, just 72 hours ago, Ravit posed for a photo. The two would make an annual trip to the USA to market the symbolic fruits known as “etrog” (citron in English) to New York’s Jewish population. But she insisted on going back to Israel three days before the eight-day break was set to end in order to take up her position patrolling the Gaza border.

Her broken-hearted father has spoken for the first time, praising her bravery and loyalty to her nation. My daughter aspired to be a border guard

In Times Square, where she and her father Shimon were celebrating the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, commonly known as the Feast of the Tabernacle, just 72 hours ago, Ravit posed for a photo. The two would make an annual trip to the USA to market the symbolic fruits known as “etrog” (citron in English) to New York’s Jewish population. But she insisted on going back to Israel three days before the eight-day break was set to end in order to take up her position patrolling the Gaza border.

Her broken-hearted father has spoken for the first time, praising her bravery and loyalty to her nation. My daughter aspired to be a border guard, Shimon Assayag said while fighting back tears to MailOnline.I have mentioned