A second encounter with Tel Aviv rockets

Life goes on in the White City, but the white trails of smoke left in the rockets’ wake are on everybody’s minds.

Photo by: REUTERS
When the first siren went off last week, Tel Aviv residents weren’t the least bit surprised.

Most of us remembered, not long ago in 2012, the ringing of the sirens in our ears and the moment of rushing out the door to stand in the stairwell (as those without shelters are supposed to do), with neighbors or another group of strangers, to a protected area.

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