The terror attack outside my house

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6 responses

  1. So sorry this happened. I keep wondering if I would have opened the door eventually. I looked at the map and instantly saw how close you are to the beach. (I love being at the water) and then wonder how long if ever you would walk without fear. Terror is meant to have its long term effects. “This too shall pass, except for the part that never does.” Thanks for reporting from the front line.

    • Sheri Oz says:

      Even before this, I did not walk along the beach without fear, feeling that a missile frmo Lebanon could suddenly be launched our way when I am nowhere near any place to hide. But that is the thing about us Israelis — we insist on living as if there is no impending threat. That’s okay for us civilians because it keeps the country going, but when the leadership behaves that way, it is disasterous, as we found on Oct 7th.

  2. Gidon Ariel says:

    This was an uncharacteristically humorous post of yours! I found myself chuckling more then once.

    But I was waiting for the gun in the first act to shoot in the last, i.e., how hard it was for the electric shutter to get open again;-)

    • Sheri Oz says:

      Sometimes my sense of humour does come through. I’m glad you chuckled more than once while reading this one. I must admit that I also chuckle when re-reading my own piece.

      It was irritatingly difficult to coax that electric shutter to go up again. Thanks for asking.

  3. Lise Rosenthal says:

    Oh my goodness! What a frightening situation! I’m so glad you’re OK and that the terrorist was killed.

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