A clip showing an Israeli Jewish man has him sharing a story he has just experienced while driving from Har Bracha village on the southern ridge of Mount Gerizim in the Samarian mountains:
I am returning now from Har Bracha and Waze took me through Chawara (an Arab town located south of Nablus, on the main road connecting Nablus southwards to Ramallah and Jerusalem).
For someone who doesn’t take this trip every day, it’s an ‘interesting’ drive. Especially when I found myself stuff in traffic in Chawara with the all the cars around me having (Palestinian) white license plates with green numbers.
I started reciting Tehillim and stressing. An adult Arab man and reaches into his pocket to take out a photo of the Rebbe. I looked at him all shocked, ‘what’s the connections’?
I rolled down my window and he tells me, “You looked stressed. Here, no one is going to touch you.”
I asked him about the photo and he said that he owned an auto repair shop nearby and there has been a Lubavitcher who regularly comes to him to fix his vehicle.
He went on to say that during one of those visits, he has been worried and the Lubavitcher asked him about him. He replied that his daughter fell ill and doctors are not seeing progress.
So the Lubavitcher suggested that the Arab man write a letter to the Rebbe. After sending the letter, the daughter recovered, he said.
He concluded by telling me that all residents here know that near my garage, they don’t touch Jews.