Reality, such a difficult thing for lefties to accept, until of course-they get stabbed (sometimes not even then).
I wonder how she never saw in her heart to help any Jewish kids while in Israel...
Anyway, this is a revealing little bit:
“I entered the bus 78 in Armon Hanetziv (and) I saw two Arab men sitting in the very beginning of the bus, I thought to myself 'what were they doing on a bus at this hour, they should be at work,' they looked suspicious,” she said.
“They were laughing, exchanging maybe a joke or something, and then all of sudden they got up and started screaming 'Allahu Akbar,' and then one of them started stabbing me and he stabbed me several times, I yelled ‘Jesus help me,’” she recounted."
“I went close to the door, it was shot completely, and then it opened all of a sudden, with a lot of force, so I could go out. I got up and left the bus and started walking. I started walking up the hill there and I was bleeding terribly and I was alone,” Veldman said.
"She remembers the moment she could finally breathe. “Somebody came from the right side, in a car, with a kippah, and I knew he was Jewish. I explained the situation to him and he took me in his car, (when) I was in his car I felt safe.”