A fearless Muslim woman reveals the truth about Israel

Sarah took his advice and became a brave warrior for the "eternal right of the Jewish people in the Land of Israel" (as she always puts it). But she asked the rabbi to at least agree to her one request: change her name to a Jewish name. The rabbi agreed, and so Rolla Zoabi became Sarah Zoabi.

Many people asked me about the brave Muslim lady from our last video so here are a few words about Sarah Zoabi:

Sarah Zoabi, "Proud Muslim Arab" as she puts it, has been fighting for years on behalf of the State of Israel and the Jewish people. Sarah participated and produced dozens of publicity videos in Hebrew and Arabic, and wherever she is invited to spek around the world, she always praises the State of Israel.
 
In my opinion, Sarah certainly meets the definition of Righteous Among the Nations. There is no other way to describe a woman who is willing to give everything – including her life – for the Jewish people.

At one point, because of her love for the Jewish people, Sarah sought to convert, but the rabbi who accompanied her at the time prevented her from doing so, suggesting it would be much better for Israel if she remained a Muslim Arab woman and praised the State of Israel and the Jewish people wherever she could.

Sarah took his advice and became a brave warrior for the "eternal right of the Jewish people in the Land of Israel" (as she always puts it). But she asked the rabbi to at least agree to her one request: change her name to a Jewish name. The rabbi agreed, and so Rolla Zoabi became Sarah Zoabi.

Zoabi. Sounds familiar? Correct, she is a relative (cousin) of Haneen Zoabi, the former Arab MK who takes every opportunity to spit into the well from which she drinks, eager to turn Israel into a pariah state.

Naturally, the hatred between the two of them is sizzling....

Sarah began her brave path on the side the State of Israel five years ago, after three Jewish boys had been kidnapped and murdered on the eve of the 2014 Gaza war. Her son, Mohammed, shot a selfie video in which he expressed in fluent Hebrew, English and Arabic his own love for the State of Israel and the Jewish people.

The video reached every home in Israel and many homes around the world. Overnight, 16-year-old Mohammed Zoabi became an Internet star, but also attracted hate. Fellow Arabs started looking for him to finish him off. A wealthy American Jew paid for sneaking the boy off to the US.

After six months, when things cooled off, Mohammed returned home.

Meanwhile, Sarah, too, came out of hiding and began to speak out loudly about the right of the State of Israel to exist. And she decided she wasn't running anymore. She stayed home and kept on talking. And the more she talked, the more the threats on her life increased.

"Shut her mouth," people asked her family members. The threats were followed with violence. Sarah was beaten several times by Arab thugs, and no one really cared. Not the society where she grew up and of course not the human rights and women's organizations. She just didn't fit their agenda.

Because she was totally ostracized by Arab society and no one there would hire her, Sarah Zoabi found employment in a government office in the center of the country, where she commutes for two-and-a-half hours in each direction every day. She leaves home at 4:30 in the morning. As she drives through Israeli Arab villages she puts special covers on her windows so that no Arab would recognize her and try to hurt her, as had happened before.

About two years ago, even her family ostracized her, which in Arab society means that if you are attacked no one would bother to help. And if you are murdered, no one is obligated to avenge your blood.

Sarah doesn't mind. She will fight for the Jewish people until her last drop of blood.

For Israel's 69th Independence Day, I produced with Boomerang–Fighting for Israel a video with Sarah that's been since watched by millions of viewers. In it, she stands with her hijab in front of the Knesset and greets the State of Israel in fluent Arabic, wishing her many more sweet years.

And since then, naturally, her persecution has only increased. 

Sara is one of the few brave Arabs that found the strength and honesty to stand up for the Jewish people!