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A woman takes cover as an air-raid siren sounds in Jaffa..
Barely an hour had gone by since the last rocket sirens and subsequent explosions were heard in Jaffa. The few people milling around the Old City and its trademark clock tower – tourists and locals undeterred by the tense security situation – could hear the muezzin from the nearby mosque calling Muslims to prayer. Commerce seemed to proceed as usual.Surfers in their flip-flops returned from the beach. A kind of surreal normalcy seemed to set in.
By BARRY DAVIS
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
By AMIR AFSAI
By CARL HOFFMAN
By SHTERNY ISSEROFF
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