This is the most extensive and up-to-date account I have read thus far about the attacks on Tel Aviv and the Israeli response. The situation is likely to get worse before it gets better, but we can all hope (and those who pray can pray as well) and keep Israel in our thoughts. May it get better soon and before many more Israeli lives are lost.
Originally posted on Anne's Opinions:
This second day of Operation Pillar of Cloud (or Defense) has been full of sound and fury, signifying hopefully very much indeed.
Apart from the dreadful news of the 3 Israeli casualties this morning, and 3 IDF soldiers injured in a mortar attack, we have been hearing all day about the constant air strikes by the IAF, assisted by the Israeli Navy gunboats.
There have been too many strikes in both directions for me to enumerate, but the most unusual missile strike was the one that hit Tel Aviv or its environs earlier this evening (not that I heard either the siren or the explosion).
Real siren sounded in Tel Aviv for first time since 1991: Palestinian terrorists in Gaza fired at least two rockets toward the Tel Aviv metropolitan area at around 6:45 pm Thursday, a day…
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