Enas Shalodi and her family sleep in the living room of a temporary house a few doors down from their own. It was destroyed, after her son ran over and killed two Israelis at a train stop in Jerusalem.
Every August, patrons flock to The Elvis Inn to celebrate the life of Elvis Presley. This year, with attention focused on the war between Israel and Hamas, organizers wondered whether anyone would show up. But come they did.
Twenty percent of Israeli citizens are Arab. And recently, Muslim towns like Jisr az-Zarqa, on the Israeli coast, have been holding Ramadan tours to bring in income, show Islamic traditions and build bridges between Jews and Muslims. But this year, the conflict in Gaza has intervened.