In Ashdod, They Don’t Have Strength to Be Angry Any More

City residents look more apathetic and tired than they did during the last war.

Ashdod is the Israeli city hardest hit by the past month’s fighting; more than 170 rockets have passed through its skies. Nevertheless, when I visited it on Monday, before the talk of a cease-fire began, it seemed as if city residents were less angry than they were during the last war, more apathetic and tired.