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    Posted November 17, 2012 by
    Kiryat Gat, Israel
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    Israel-Gaza conflict: Your stories

    Iron Dome


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     wanderingkev captured this photo of the smoke trails in the sky after an Iron Dome missile intercepted rockets on November 16. "As soon as I heard the rockets being destroyed, I stepped out. Many who I am working with have moved their families to the north or south to quieter and safer regions," he says. "Those with young kids have told me how stressed the children are. Others are more frustrated that more has not been done on the ground to stop the attacks. While driving from Tel Aviv to Kiryat Gat this morning, there were tanks, troop carriers and bulldozers on trailers moving south."
    - Anika3, CNN iReport producer

    I am working in Kiryat Gat In Southern Israel we are getting two -three warnings per day, not as bad as Ashkelon where we were staying untiol moving to Tel Aviv yesterday
    I have attached a picture of the recently fired Iron dome trails near the plant I am working at which I took when we came from the shelter.Heading back to Qiryat Gat tomorrow

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