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A relative points to a hole in the roof of Mohammed al-Hassouni's family home. It was caused by an Iranian missile fragment that injured his 7-year-old daughter on the night Iran attacked Israel. Ahmad Gharabli/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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When rockets fall, Bedouin Israeli citizens have nowhere to hide

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Israelis are returning to Sderot, the biggest city attacked by Hamas

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Chaim Otmazgin, 50, poses for a portrait in his home in Petah Tikva, Israel. Maya Levin for NPR hide caption

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An Israeli responder's work on Oct. 7 shows the challenges of investigating atrocities

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Idit (from left), Ronen and Kobi Ohel — mother, brother and father of Alon Ohel — listen to the concert. Tamir Kalifa for NPR hide caption

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Her son was taken by Hamas. She threw him a concert in the hopes he could hear it

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