? Good News: Condition of IDF soldier wounded by anti-tank missile improves

The condition of the 19-year-old soldier who was seriously wounded by shrapnel when a Hamas fired anti-tank missile hit a bus on which IDF soldiers had been traveling, has improved considerably.

The soldier who was seriously injured in the attack is now in stable condition according to the hospital.

The IDF announced that Ground Forces Commander Maj. Gen. Kobi Barak appointed a team to investigate the incident in which Hamas fired an anti-tank Cornet missile at a bus carrying IDF soldiers.

The father of the soldier criticized the sequence of events that lead up to the attack: “Why were they there? They were like sitting ducks.”

“God loves you”, the Israeli-Arab bus driver said while being treated for shock. “I just left 50 soldiers from the bus. A minute later the bus was hit. 60 seconds earlier and you would have had 50 dead soldiers”, he added.