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Boots on the ground from Israeli Patriot

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Life here in Israel and especially in the center is usually quite...since the operation started we had a lot of sirens alarms also here and we had to go to the shelter.

 I have many friends that are now inside Gaza and im very worried for them.

We are such a small country that I have mutual friends with almost every one of the 53 soldiers who were killed in this operation (after we talked I found out that one of my soldiers best friend died yesterday)

I hope things could be normal and that Hamas would stop harming innocent people from both sides.

I think that we can't stop the operation till all the tunnels are destroyed...imagine living I a place where terrorists are digging under your house, waiting to come out and shoot everybody at sight.

I live in a small town next to Tel Aviv called Kiryat Ono in Israel.

When I was 18 I was recruited to the army like everyone in that age.

I served for three and a half years in an operational position (3 mandatory years and 6 months that I signed extra by choice).

After 9 months of basic training I became a combat soldier and one year after that I became a commander of the basic training. I had 17 soldiers (you can see them in the two pictures. Both of them are from the final part of the basic training)...After I finished it I got back to the regular unit as a professional commander (which means I specialized in a specific part of the unit's job and was in charge of it).