When The Rockets Stop Falling...Factories Just Pick Up The PaceNeal Sandler
The crowds have returned to Tel Hai Street in Qiryat Shemona, Israel's northernmost town--just 2 kilometers from the Lebanese border. This Israeli version of Main Street has been humming since the Apr. 26 cease-fire ended fighting between Israel and the Shiite Hezbollah militia. But just 200 meters away, on Herzl Street, stand apartment buildings with gaping holes. They were hit by Katyusha rockets, which damaged some 1,200 apartments in all.
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