You gotta love Nic Robertson -- if not for his British accent, than for his exuberant attempt to inform us about the Gaza conflict via ducking behind cars.
Some especially informative excerpts from his running narrative:
"There are people coming out of that building there, which is sort of an indication that whatever is going to come, has come." (:48)
"That's a strange feeling, when the sirens go off. I was -- I was in the middle of a telephone call!" (1:00)
"As soon as you hear the sirens, stop the car, get out, lie down." (1:15)
"We're getting down behind the car again." (1:20)
"That was an explosion! You can really hear it bang!" (2:38)
It also appears that despite Robertson's inclusive "you" and "we," the cameraman filming all this doesn't actually get to take shelter himself.
Bonus features: Robertson ducking behind his car, Robertson standing in the middle of the street and being honked at by angry motorists, and a prolonged closeup of Robertson's rear as he jumps behind his car, yet again, and crawls around.