Jerusalem schools reopen after snow; Safed counts blessings
Seven years after Safed almost collapsed during the Second Lebanon War, the feeling was that the municipality performed reasonably well, aided by the army.
Most schools in Jerusalem were in business Tuesday, bringing back some normality after last week’s snowstorm that blanketed the capital with a foot of snow. In Safed in the Galilee, which got close to 20 inches, schools couldn’t reopen, but city leaders marveled that so few people had been hurt.
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