She escaped the Hamas festival attack, then told a D.C. synagogue her story

The woman, identified only as G., described how she happened to be at the festival just minutes before the attack happened, saying she had “decided to go there to enjoy the atmosphere and music, thinking it would be safe since it was a public space.” She recounted the chaos that unfolded when the terrorist opened fire and she ran for her life, thanking those in the synagogue for welcoming her in her time of need. She said she knew she had been “blessed to survive” and vowed to never forget how she felt in that moment. She said she was also thankful to the D.C. community for “keeping her safe in these violent times,” and thanked members of the D.C. synagogue for being “a haven of peace, warmth, and understanding.”

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