Israeli woman Inbar Lieberman, 25, is hailed a hero for saving kibbutz Nir Am from invading Hamas

An Israeli woman has been hailed a hero after saving the community of Nir Am from Hamas as infiltrating terrorists began to invade.

Lieberman, who has been part of the security detail in the region since December 2022, heard explosions erupting early Saturday when Hamas launched the unprecedented and deadly attack on Israel.

She quickly realized that the sounds were different to those she heard during the usual rocket attacks on the kibbutz and rushed to open the armory and distribute guns among the 12-member security team.

The 25-year-old placed her squad of kibbutzniks in strategic positions across the settlement, set up ambushes, and turned the tables on the incoming forces.

She killed five terrorists herself, while the others claimed the lives of 20 more over a four hour period. Nir Am was turned into an impenetrable fortress, while nearby kibbutzim’s suffered heavier losses.

One Kibbutz suffered no casualties and sent 25 Hamas terrorists straight to hell with three invaluable things:

  1. Situational awareness
  2. The will to do something
  3. Guns

If only more Israelis in the region had those three things, the Israeli death toll would be lower, and the Hamas death toll world be higher.

This is an important lesson for all of us about being prepared and ready to act.

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By J. Kb

5 thoughts on “What some Jews with guns can do”
  1. Good for her and for everyone in her Kibbutz.

    I am surprised that every kibbutz does not have every one trained to defend it, and everything up to and including crew served weapons.

    Maybe thar will change? Too late for over a thousand innocents

  2. Perhaps civilized societies will change and tell the Big Gov Lovers to eat their own propaganda.
    When the Evil is knocking down your door, knowing your gun is safely behind a locked door is the most terrible way for you and your Loved ones to Die.
    Every Single Law Abiding Adult NEEDS to be trained to defend themselves and have access to firearms.
    Those who are able and can help defend others should be trained and have access to crew served weapons.
    Those who wish to remove weapons from Law Abiding people can be voluntold to go to the front lines and talk the Barbarians into giving up Their weapons.

    1. “Those who wish to remove weapons from Law Abiding people can be voluntold to go to the front lines and talk the Barbarians into giving up Their weapons.”
      Diplomacy only works when the people on the other side of the table want diplomacy to work.
      If they are intent on killing you, no amount of words will matter.

    2. When the Cambrian measures were forming, They promised perpetual peace.
      They swore, if we gave them our weapons, that the wars of the tribes would cease.
      But when we disarmed They sold us and delivered us bound to our foe,
      And the Gods of the Copybook Headings said: “Stick to the Devil you know.”

  3. Watching a video presumedly of rifle carrying armored palestinians in and beside a pickup, working their way down a city street shooting at seemingly anything that moved… all being “filmed” presumedly by an israeli in a high-rise appartment… My first thought was: There’s got to be hundreds of such appartments facing that street…. where are all the snipers? No one has a gun?

    Yeah, that’s what it looks like: No one had a gun. Even in a “blue hive” like New York or LA, those guys wouldn’t have had the nerve to walk openly down the street, but in in Israel, they seemingly felt completey safe to do so. Telling. On so many levels.

    Sheds light on one of my longstanding questions: Why has the JPFO never gotten traction?

    I am *so* jaded.

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