One DAY in Southern Israel - Life Under The Iron Dome and Hamas Rockets

Posted by Brian

On the 19th of November 2012, three international students and one Israeli traveled to the southern Israeli city of Ashdod, to catch a glimpse of life under constant rocket threat.

Sirens.  Running. Take cover. In a shelter. In a store. In a restaurant. Explosions. Wait for screams and crying. All is quiet. Good. The all clear is given. It's all taken 5 minutes, and now a server is bringing you food and a drink as if nothing has happened.  Life goes on.  This is "life" in Southern Israel, where an average of 3 rockets or mortars a day fall on its towns and cities.

Life under Hamas rocket attacks

Enhanced by Zemanta

No comments:

Post a Comment