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Photo Essay: Operation Protective Edge

The real face of the war: Duck and cover, then inspect the damage
Boy runs for cover in Ashkelon, July 16,2014

Boy runs for cover in Ashkelon, July 16,2014
Photo Credit: Hadas Parush/Flash90

Israeli family ducks for cover, July 15, 2014

Israeli family ducks for cover, July 15, 2014

Israeli kindergarteners duck for cover during Code Red alert, July 16, 2014

Israeli kindergarteners duck for cover during Code Red alert, July 16, 2014

A woman examines the damage from a Grad rocket in Ashdod,

A woman examines the damage from a Grad rocket in Ashdod,

Arab women from Bethelehem play on the beach in Tel Aviv, March 23, 2014

Arab women from Bethelehem play on the beach in Tel Aviv, March 23, 2014

IDF officers examine the remains of a shed in Beer Sheva that was hit by a Grad rocket, July 14, 2014.

IDF officers examine the remains of a shed in Beer Sheva that was hit by a Grad rocket, July 14, 2014.

IDF soldier prays, waits for orders for a ground invasion of Gaza

IDF soldier prays, waits for orders for a ground invasion of Gaza

IDF soldiers rest while awaiting orders to enter Gaza

IDF soldiers rest while awaiting orders to enter Gaza

Israeli man tries for glimpse of Iron Dome rocket interception, July 15, 2014.

Israeli man tries for glimpse of Iron Dome rocket interception, July 15, 2014.

Ashkelon residents gather in bomb shelter, listen to explosions outside.

Ashkelon residents gather in bomb shelter, listen to explosions outside.

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