By Sarah Snider
I’m an American in Israel, and I feel safer here during this pandemic.
When our heating system broke last week, my husband and I were more than eager to get the climate control fixed before we found ourselves, like thousands of Israelis, in quarantine to prevent the spread of coronavirus. “Everyone here is only out for themselves,” said the repairman as he wrote up our bill. He was…
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