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    Posted July 16, 2014 by
    Eshkol Region, Israel
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    Israel-Gaza conflict

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    Warning: no exciting loud noises or action scenes… just little ole me talking to you.


    I live in a kibbutz (a communal village) on the border with the Gaza Strip. Despite the fact that we are in the middle of Operation Protective Edge, my dogs still need their twice-daily walk. I turn on the camera in order to catch a red alert, and give you a sense of what it is like when the warning infuses a frightening, yet life-saving adrenaline rush. This morning it did not catch us on our walk, but I was in an especially pensive and talkative mood, and thought some of you might be interested in “accompanying” me virtually on my morning walk.


    If you want to read more about what it is like living on the border, look for us on Facebook: Life on the Border

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