Even two and a half weeks after the Hamas terrorist attack, people are still missing. Are they dead? Abducted to Gaza? Well? A special team of high-tech experts is looking for the missing people.
Karine Nahon and Dan Chalutz are an unlikely couple.
She, 50, piercing green eyes, curly hair, has written award-winning books on information policy. One of Israel’s most famous scientists.
He, 75, with aviator sunglasses and deep furrows on his face, led his country into the war against Lebanon in 2006 as chief of general staff of the armed forces and then had to resign because he was considered too impulsive. One of Israel’s most famous ex-military men.
They are both sitting surrounded by young MacBook people in a co-working space in the Tel Aviv exhibition center. Israel’s civil society has set up its command center here. Almost a dozen organizations coordinate donations, technology and materials. Who you were doesn’t matter now. What you do is important now. Eyal Berkovic, once a great football star in Israel, comes on a flying visit. Lior Raz, leading actor in the world-famous Netflix series “Fauda”, walks across the forecourt.
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