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Follow-up question: what is the difference between a “Miklat BeBayit Meshutaf” and a “Merkhav Mugan Dirati” ?

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Miklat Bebayit Meshutaf is a common bomb shelter in an apartment building. Typically it's built as an underground basement, to be used by all the residents.

Merkhav Mugan Dirati (mamad) is an individual apartment's secure room, built of reinforced concrete, with blast resistant door and window. Each apartment has its own room. All modern buildings have such rooms. Older buildings, beyond thirty years or so (before the first Gulf war) might not.

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