Video: Hatian Man Buried for 10 Days Rescued By IDF Search And Rescue Team


haiti-idf-10-days[Video below.] Yesterday, Erev Shabbos, an IDF search and rescue team in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, rescued a 22 year old man, who had been trapped under the rubble of a building near the presidential palace for nearly 10 days. He was taken to the IDF field hospital in stable condition.

A search conducted by Population Management officers from the Home Front Command, headed by Lt. Col. Rami Peletz, were directed to the location of the trapped man by local residents.

American and French doctors were unable to rescue the trapped man and called upon the Israeli delegations search and rescue teams who rescued the man within half an hour, from a tunnel, 2.5-3-meters long and were able to release him whole and healthy, said Maj. Zohar Moshe, a member of the rescue team.

Click below to watch a video of the rescue:

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{Yair Israel}


  1. Why does the Wall Street Journal ( write that it was a French team that pulled him out, and then taken to a French field hospital??

    Seems so deliberate, especially since there’s a clear video of the event.

  2. The British communications media have mostly not even bothered to mention the fact that GoI has sent rescue and medical units to Haiti.

    The honorable and outstanding exception to this is, of course, the London “Jewish Chron icle”.

  3. this urine thing is a bit strange. You can only produce urine if you drink or eat. After a length of time you have nothing to produce. So give me a break, after 10 days of ingesting nothing, you dont produce urine!
    Are we so gullible?

  4. There seems to be a deliberate effort to avoid this story by the general media, as it was not mentioned at all except on Jewish sites, although it was no less miraculous than the rescue the next day by the French, which got complete coverage by every news source.