Before the spread of coronavirus, the factory ran at a rather slow pace producing clothes for local and Israeli markets. But it is now thriving as more than sixty of its workers strive each day to meet Israel’s high demand for face masks.
In an effort to beat the boredom during the coronavirus quarantine in the besieged Gaza Strip, two boys (Hamza and Basheer) and their father (Ahmed al-Ayoubi) sit in a small room of their house every day to play music during the lockdown. The three play the zither, flute, and electric organ. Safi Mahmoud has the story.