Caroline Glick is the Jerusalem Post columnist whom we frequently look to as our guide to Israeli political and security issues. She writes:
I thought you’d enjoy the linked pictures. They are pictures of the dairy at Kibbutz Kfar Blum. It was hit by katyushas in the later days of the war. Six cows were killed.
You can see that the farmers tended the cows with flak jackets and helmets. When the sirens blasted they took cover in the concrete blocks they set up by the dairy. You can see the ball bearings in the pictures where they it the frame of the dairy.
This is the website of the Israeli Cattle Breeders Association. Israel has one of the most advanced dairy farming markets in the world. Israeli dairy farmers are hired as consultants for dairy industries all over the world. Five dairy farmers were killed in battles in Lebanon.
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