Israeli company SodaStream has offered to take in Syrian refugees and employ them in its new factory in the Negev Desert.
In an announcement over the weekend, SodaStream and the mayor of Rahat, which is near the home beverage maker’s factory, said they can absorb up to 200 families. Some 30 percent of the 1,100 workers at the factory live in the Bedouin city led by Mayor Talal al-Krenawi. Read more
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