Rocket attack victim: Heavens saved son from being with me

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November 11, 2012 13:49

 
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"Something from the heavens told me not to take my son with me to school today," Moshik Levy, a Physical Education teacher, told Army Radio on Sunday after being injured by shrapnel from a rocket fired by Palestinian terrorists.

"Shattered glass from my car windshield exploded into my face," he said. "I started bleeding. I didn't understand what was happening. Thankfully I was alone."

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