Israeli Treasury Rejects Bid To Help Poor Holocaust Survivors

That’s right. A modest bill costing about $13 million dollars per annum would have paid 75% of tperscription drug bills for poor Holocausr survivors. The bill would also wave their television tax and provide a mechanism to help elderly poor survivors find public housing. Israel’s treasury has rejected the bill. The longer the government stalls, the less is pays out. And that, my friends, seems to be the plan.

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2 responses to “Israeli Treasury Rejects Bid To Help Poor Holocaust Survivors

  1. Prof.Dr.Coren Alexander

    The ugliest recently aspect is the behaviour oif Min.of Finance/Lishkat Shikum Nehei Redifor Hanatzim
    Recently they rejected to pay renta for handicaped survivors suffering from Osteoporeosis,pretending that only 1/3 of the handicaped-disability is due to conditions in Camps where the today survivors were kept at the time of 2nd world war as children
    Everybody who can asist proving that the conditions in the camps-lack of vitamin D,lack of calcium(poor food in camps)and imobility caused later to osteoporeosis or such who can help with court decisions in the subject are most welcomed

  2. Prof.Dr.Coren Alexander

    The ugliest recently aspect is the behaviour oif Min.of Finance/Lishkat Shikum Nehei Redifor Hanatzim
    Recently they rejected to pay renta for handicaped survivors suffering from Osteoporeosis,pretending that only 1/3 of the handicaped-disability is due to conditions in Camps where the today survivors were kept at the time of 2nd world war as children
    Everybody who can asist proving that the conditions in the camps-lack of vitamin D,lack of calcium(poor food in camps)and imobility caused later to osteoporeosis or such who can help with court decisions in the subject are most welcomed

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