The Jerusalem Post:
They say it’s all back to normal.
Farmers can go back to the fields, parents don’t need to worry when they send their kids back to school and tourists are welcome to hike the rolling hills of the Galilee Panhandle.
But driving along the windy roads on Monday, less than 24 hours after Hezbollah fired several Kornet anti-tank missiles toward an IDF armored personnel carrier, the roads were empty.
Lone cars drove past roadblocks manned by IDF troops, the look of exhaustion and boredom evident on their faces.