Southern discomfort: Living and working under fire in Israel's south
For residents of the Negev, the protected room has become the focal point of their lives for the last three weeks - one at home and one at the office or factory.
Like many Israelis, Nissim and Betty Swissa have a small room in their house with reinforced concrete walls and a reinforced ceiling that serves as a bomb shelter. It’s in a nice neighborhood in Ashkelon, but the room itself is stifling.
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