Miracle on the Gaza Strip: Ron’s Eyesight Saved by Skilled Medical Team Amidst Dangerous Mission

Serious Injury in Gaza Leaves Him Temporarily Blind

Ron and his team had been working in the Gaza Strip for almost two months when they faced a terrifying incident. While following safety procedures, an anti-tank missile managed to penetrate their compartment, narrowly missing Ron’s head. After the incident, Ron and his teammate were evacuated to safety and taken to Billinson Hospital.

Prof. Rita Ehrlich, a surgeon at the hospital, performed emergency surgery on Ron’s eyes to remove shrapnel and prevent further damage. Despite the severity of his injuries, Ron remained hopeful and focused on recovering quickly to return to his team. After weeks of being unable to see and undergoing several surgeries, Ron’s vision gradually improved. He credits the skilled medical team for saving his eyesight and is grateful for the opportunity to continue fighting alongside his friends.

Ron was among the first combat engineering fighters who entered the Gaza Strip three weeks later during a ground maneuver. With adrenaline running high, they leveled roads, breached obstacles, and ensured the area was clear of charges. Despite the fear that came with their job, they were motivated by videos of October 7 that reminded them of their purpose.

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