Rena Salomon, known as the “Angel in a Hummer”, is a woman who heads the Angel in a Hummer & HEART Foundation, which she describes as
Serving God and doing his work is to help humanity by allowing your love for mankind to shine the light in the darkest moments .
This post on the Facebook page describes more about her and her work:
Rena Salomon, also known as “The Angel in a Hummer”, comes with over 30 years of humanitarian work experience. Born in Amman, Jordan; at the age of three, her family decided to immigrate to The United States for a better life. They settled in California and her parents became restaurant entrepreneurs, specializing in Middle-Eastern cuisine.
During her adolescent years, Rena would help her parents with the family business. Her parents instilled the importance of hard work, dedication and discipline early on, which shaped her to become a successful business woman.
In 1986, Rena’s four-year old son was diagnosed with cancer. The devastating news brought Rena to her knees and she began to pray to her heavenly father; “Father in heaven, if you save my son and free him of his cancer, I promise to dedicate my life saving your children”.
For the last thirty-two years, she has devoted her life to helping and serving humanity, with her son free of cancer along her side.
Throughout the years, Rena has taken in over twenty children, raised them as her own; provided shelter, medical care, schooling, drug addiction rehabilitation and therapy, as well as arranged interim housing to families who have encountered chronic illness and hardship. Many of the children that she took in were high risk, who had experienced trauma and severe abuse. In addition, she works with local law enforcement and private investigators on high profile missing children cases, offering Specialized Search and Rescue (SAR), cadaver recovery K-9 units and funding.
She earned the nickname, “The Angel in a Hummer”, during the 2005 devastation of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, Louisiana. Rena and her team were responsible for rescuing over 125 victims and brought fourteen families back to California to live with her and her family who had lost everything.
In 2010, she founded H.E.A.R.T., Humanitarian Emergency Aid Response Team, specializing in the activation and deployment of SAR team to provide humanitarian emergency relief and aid in nearly every catastrophic natural disaster in the world. The organization assists as a critical crisis unit to local first responders and law enforcement within hours of a disaster, when the Government either fails or cannot respond in a timely manner to save the lives of those immediately impacted.
Since H.E.A.R.T. was formed, they have assisted with the following natural disasters; the earthquake in Haiti, 2010; Hurricane Matthew in Haiti, 2016; Hurricane Harvey in Texas, 2017; Hurricane Irma in Florida, 2017 and Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, 2017. Furthermore, H.E.A.R.T. has facilitated in other natural disasters, such as the wild fires in California.
Rena has been held as an American Hero for her heroic efforts by various national and international news media outlets, including being featured on CNN Heroes. The acknowledgment came before she was granted her U.S. citizenship in January of 2010.
Through her leadership, commitment and love for humanity, she strives to make the world a better place, one day at a time.
“I became an American Hero before I even became an American.”, Rena Salomon
Read this, you’d think this woman truly is an angel. And no question she does good work. But unfortunately, there is a really dark side to Salomon.
She seems to really hate Jews.
If you told her that, she would vehemently deny it, and claim she only hates Israel. And hate Israel she most certainly does; she heads the 48 Palestinian Revolutionary United Front, which judging from its name, is not exactly supportive of a two-state solution.
But Salomon recently let the mask slip – all in the space of a few minutes – when she confronted Dan Gordon (a novelist, playwright, and reserve duty captain in the IDF) in this video she uploaded to YouTube. Entitled Demon vs Angel (no prizes for guessing which is which according to Salomon), she begins calmly enough, even saying he must have a “good heart”. But then things get really ugly – so ugly that even all the plastic surgery in the world can’t hide it – and Salomon refers to us as the “Synagogue of Satan” and “fake Jews.” Oops!
In fairness, the warning signs were already there, with Salomon using many of the usual talking points of the antisemites: European Jews who don’t belong here; Israel and the IDF being designed specifically “to perpetuate a Holocaust against innocent palestinians”; and a whole bunch of blood libels.
Note how she calls herself palestinian, even though she was born in Jordan and then immigrated to the US. And clearly her grasp of history (and truth) is tenuous at best.
You’d think that she would perhaps even respect Israel, given all of the humanitarian work around the world we do. Alas, she seems so consumed with hatred for us, that we are the “synagogue of Satan” to her.
Update: An interesting fact about her background:
She is the daughter of an alcoholic Israeli father and depressed Arab Christian mother who baptized her in the river Jordan
Could her hatred boil down to daddy issues?
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