'How do Israelis cope with sky-rocketing prices and growing levels of stress?'
From struggling Negev development towns to northern border communities teetering on the edge, Israelis everywhere are having to deal with sky-high prices and rising levels of stress. We traveled the length and breadth of the country to see how ordinary people are coping.
We are not supposed to be here. And not only because we are trespassing. We are not supposed to be here because this place looks like the set of a post-apocalyptic film in which some plague has wiped humanity from the face of the earth. In front of us is the public swimming pool of Sderot, completely empty and abandoned in the middle of summer.