Before electricity came to her village, Nihad Moor, 25, sometimes spent more than half the day doing housework. A set of solar panels installed two years ago in this small South Hebron Hills village made her life a bit easier.
Now she is afraid that if a final demolition order issued in October by the Israeli Civil Administration for the solar installation is carried out, the village will be without electricity again.
Got the blues? Go to church.
A new study in the Journal of Religion and Health suggests that ― at least for some women of a certain age ― there’s a link between optimism and attendance at religious services.