The situation at the northern border is really sad (as well as in south). I feel really sorry with all the families and people over there who have to stay in shelters and dont know whats gonna happen next. I hope a kind of peace or at least cease-fire will come soon, so that people can come back to their "normal" life. But it this point I also would like to say (although its maybe not the right moment)that we, or specially the people in the north as well as in the south, can imagine now how the people in the Gaza-strip must have felt in the past couple of years. Somehow they always were in this kind of situation of unsecurity and they are still, they never knew when and where our next rockets will strike in. Im not a symphatisant with the palestinians, but i think we should try to understand also the other side and should give "something" NOT as an act of weakness, but more as an act of STRENGHT and reconciliation.
NATO to Russia: leave Turkish airspace; focus on ISIS not Syrian rebels (Reuters)
from the article: In Nahariya, some choose to leave, while others remain defiant