Went to Haifa today to meet with the Mayor and survey the missile damage. Haifa has to be one of the most beautiful cities by the sea I have had the extraordinary pleasure of seeing. There is no bottom to the depths the savages will go.
In a quaint and exquisitive corner of the city a beautiful, bucolic tree and flower lined street, the mark of the barbarians. While I was in the hospital visiting the wounded soldiers I stumbled into the room of the young Russian emigre woman that lost both her legs in the Haifa missile attacks. And while I spoke no Russian and she no English, we sad and talked ..... the consolation of mishpucha. I was later by her tenders that despite her tragedy, she would never have done anything different. She loved Israel, never considered her moving there a mistake. Was happy she was in Yerusalayem.
Check out the clock and the follows on the kitchen table
The mark of the Syrian contribution to mankind. Ball bearings and shrapnel desgined to tear though human flesh.
Buidlings, cars.........shrapnel shrapnel everywhere. Very somber..... so is this
Going into a sweet cafe on the beach for lunch........... victim of a Pali woman homicide bombing. She had lunch first and then detonated herself