Avraham Mintz and Zoher Abu Jama have received a call from a woman. She asked for help as she is in trouble with her respiratory problems at her home in the southern Israeli city of Be’er Sheva. Both of them are members of Israel’s emergency service.
As they are responding to numerous senior citizens, they consider that at 6 pm they’ll get one break only. Mintz and Abu Jama decided to do their daily prayer to their respective Gods. Mintz is a Jewish, had started his praying by hanging a black and white cloth in his shoulder. Abu Jama was in his knees, facing at Mecca, started chanting.
Both of them are serving as paramedics, as the nation needs to respond to every medical situation in this COVID-19 pandemic. Their co-worker has pictured them together while praying and it goes on viral as soon as it reaches to the people. People are responding in such a positive pace, that the “one last fight has to be done by stand united.” Another one is “There is no division of religion when the frontline soldiers are fighting to save the human race.”
Mintz stated that he and Zoher believe in the power of praying and currently this is the only thing that we all can do it together in such a situation when life is so uncertain. Thus people can get motivated also. Though their colleagues are very used to with this scene, still it is very inspiring for the rest of the world.