. Thai and Filipino workers filling labor gap in Israel get caught up in war between Israel and Hamas « JO LEE MAGAZINE

AP NEWS – Hamas militants stormed through a border fence Saturday and killed hundreds of Israelis in their homes, on the streets and at an outdoor music festival. The Israelis have responded with punishing airstrikes and preparations for a possible ground invasion. The conflict has claimed at least 2,600 lives on both sides, including some Southeast Asian workers living in Israel. The 41 Thais who returned home on a commercial flight of the Israeli airline El Al included two men wounded in the violence who had to use wheelchairs to exit the aircraft. Farm laborers from Thailand seek work in more developed countries where there is a shortage of semi-skilled labor.

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