Residents of the South are "tired of silence" and protesting the ceasefire

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF,
November 13, 2018 19:38
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Residents in the South said they were "tired of silence," from the Israeli government and disproved of the cease-fire.

"It's better to suffer in the safe rooms, and that once and for all they will put an end to this," Reut Bassis from Sderot told Channel 2 News. "I know that a month from now it will be the same thing again - another few days and again there will be missiles, and nothing will have changed. It's not reasonable that this is how our lives look."

Residents burned  tires and protested against the ceasefire.




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