In Sderot, a painful feeling of Deja vu
With the start of the IDF’s operation against Hamas in Gaza, in which 40,000 troops have been called up, life in one of Israel’s most missile-battered cities becomes increasingly unsettling.
It’s been a disappointing day for Prosper Hazan. He would normally be selling his vegetables in Sderot’s open-air market until at least 6 in the evening. But given the sparse foot traffic – the twice-weekly market sets up shop in a central parking lot from which it’s impossible to get to a shelter in the seconds one has to race...
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