#1079 | Wednesday, March 20th 2002
As one of Jehovah's witnesses, I was about to meet my friend in order to go out on "field service" - talking to people about a safer and better world to come. As I enterd his house, the TV was on, broadcasting the terrible pictures as they came live from NYC. I saw live, from the other side of the world, history as it happends. I saw the world, as it changes. I saw live the towers collaps. I couldn't help but remember the last time I saw them with my own eyes, When visiting NYC. I wanted to cry. I thought about all those people that are loosing their lives right now, as I sit and watch the TV screen. It was an awful feeling.
Alon | 24 | Israel

#1066 | Tuesday, March 19th 2002
I heard about the attack when I was in scouts, and when I got back home I kept watching the re-runs of the planes flying right to the world trade center. It looked like a movie, I still don't beleive it, it's just too big, to much for me to accept.
Since I live in Israel, when terror attacks and suicide bombers kill people every day, I'm kind of used to it (that's not a good thing to say/hear, especily from a 13-year-old girl...).
As I already said, it all looks like a movie, it's too hard to accept, for me anyway.

Anna | 13 | Israel

#1049 | Sunday, March 17th 2002
when the trorist activity on the saptenber 11 took palce i was prppering my homework the i heard on the radio abut a plane crash in new york so i kept listening and then ihaerd that it is a tror activity . i ternd on the t.v whene I heard that the twins ar kolapcing I wa s in shook and i knew that this is the biginig of a new werlod how figths aginst evel an defit it at all cost
ofer | 16 | Israel

#993 | Wednesday, March 13th 2002
My name is Ellie and I live in Israel.
I was getting ready to go to a girl scouts meet when my grandmother called me into the tv room... at first i thought that it was most likely an accidant, that the plane must have gone out of control.
My second thought, which turned out to be true, was that it was a terrorist attack, but i ruled that out almost straight away, because, well--hey, it's America. things arn't meant to happen like that there...
I wasn't really shaken by it at first, because i see so much death and carnage happening to my country, that i wasnt phased by what happened... seeing something on t.v is a lot less frightening than actually being in a terror attack (i was standing at a bus stop when a suicide bomber blew himself up), but the thing that woke me up, was the number of people killed, not the terror act itself(hey, im used to them).
God bless America.

Ellie | 15 | Israel

#811 | Sunday, March 3rd 2002
I had a math lesson and i couldnt get my eyes of the TV .I was in shok when it is happened and i think about it many times.
Michael | 16 | Israel

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