Israel-Hezbollah War

A view of the July-August 2006 Israel-Hezbollah war from an Israeli living in Haifa (under Katyusha rocket attack)- send personal comments to david2@lisbona.com

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Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Katyusha graph


This is the graph (scanned from today's Maariv newspaper) of the number of Katyusha attacks on Israel each day by the Hezbollah. In spite of the Israeli bombardment of Hezbollah launchers and ammunition respositories, there's no apparent decrease.

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5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

David- Just found your blog- Allison mentioned it on her blog- Unsealed Room. Read all entries.

Thinking of you and praying for your safety. Stay safe.

2:06 PM  
Blogger Maureen said...

David, I just found your blog from a link from Eugene's. I will continue to keep up with your accounts as I did with Eugene.
I hope you and your family remain safe and you are able to continue to get to your dad daily.
It saddens me that homes have to be built around bunkers. Here in suberbia, our homes are our safe haven. How sad that our brothers and sisters in Israel can not feel that way right now.
I pray all the time that we will see peace once and for all in Israel (and all of the mid-east and also in the Afican nations)
Be safe and thank you for your accounts.

2:42 AM  
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Anonymous Here Now said...

Dear world, fellow writers
I mean all of us and those at war within ourselves on these pages, in our way of speaking and behaving towrds each other. How can we each contribute to a better world for us all and our children and generations to come? How can we here, in our conversations anywhere, contribute something towards humanity that is bleeding and in need of healing and our care. For all of you in Lebanon, Palestine and Israel, many of us suffer with you and try to make our voices heard We work in many ways to influence a greater way of living together in fellowship and peace both in the Middle East, in ourselves, our own communities and in the world at large

6:53 PM  
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