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Asher’s House

Ashers House

Photo Credit: Asher Schwartz

Asher Schwartz, the JewishPress.com cartoonist lives 2 blocks away from the house that was hit Tuesday morning by the new Hamas rocket.

All the windows in his apartment were blown out from the blast (and his neighbor’s windows too).

His ears are ringing.

Keep safe Asher.

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