This is written by the wife of one of the teachers I use.
By now, most of you have heard about the terrible terrorist attack yesterday in Tel Aviv. I was within 100 yards of the location earlier that day. I had met a friend and was walking to catch my bus home. I had every intention of going in there, but I had bought a cupcake for Baruch for when he gets home tomorrow (they don’t have “American” cupcakes in our city), and I wanted to get it home.
Sarona is a beautiful indoor “upscale” market with little stores of olive oil, cheese, tea, halva, as well as some restaurants. It is always very crowded.
As of right now, there are 4 people dead. We are on the cusp of summer here, with schools ending for the semester. Tel Aviv was so crowded yesterday; I even commented on it to my friend.
This was my view while waiting for my bus yesterday…
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