When five-year-old Galit Zelinsky hears a helicopter fly over her home in Nahariya, she thinks her father is inside and is coming home. After all, her mother told her that her father is in heaven. Andrei Zelinsky was killed by a Katyusha rocket on July 18, 2006. The entire family had run to the shelter when the siren sounded, but the shelter’s new air conditioner was running, and Galit was cold. So Andrei returned to their apartment to get her a blanket. At 5:40 p.m. the Katyusha hit. Rada Zelinsky, 30, will never forget the sight that met her eyes when she went out to look for her husband: body parts scattered all over the lawn. She could identify him only by his clothing.