Small business owners and employees in Ashkelon were unimpressed after Finance Minister Yair Lapid approved on Wednesday funding for indirect damages to businesses harmed by the security situation.
“What a downturn. I used to have no time to breathe there were so many customers. This really hurt us.
People are afraid to come – I understand it. People won’t even go to the bank. It’s stressful,” Shalom Moshe, manager of a minimarket in Ashdod’s Shimshon neighborhood, said.
Then, Moshe turned back to “Tehillim against tillim” – “Psalms to protect from rockets.” Continue reading