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Israeli Watchdog Slams Government Over Treatment of Holocaust Survivors - Haaretz

Israeli Watchdog Slams Government Over Treatment of Holocaust SurvivorsHaaretzA Holocaust survivor attends a demonstration in Jerusalem. A Holocaust survivor attends a demonstration calling on the Israeli government to increase stipends for the country's Shoah survivors, in Jerusalem, Aug. 5, 2007. AP ...and more »

Worrying report regarding Israel's Holocaust survivors - JerusalemOnline;

Worrying report regarding Israel's Holocaust survivors - JerusalemOnline

JerusalemOnlineWorrying report regarding Israel's Holocaust survivorsJerusalemOnlineIsrael's State Comptroller published a report regarding the country's assistance to Holocaust survivors. The data is worrying and shows a non-utilization of funds amounting to millions of shekels and a difficulty in taking advantage of their rights ...and more »

Comptroller: State neglecting Holocaust survivors - Arutz Sheva;

Comptroller: State neglecting Holocaust survivors - Arutz Sheva

Arutz ShevaComptroller: State neglecting Holocaust survivorsArutz ShevaNew report finds Holocaust Survivors Rights Authority not providing for Holocaust survivors' needs as it is supposed to. Contact Editor. Arutz Sheva Staff, 19/04/17 18:02. State Comptroller Yosef Shapira. Flash 90. State Comptroller Yosef Shapira ...and more »

Needy Holocaust survivors lose benefits to convoluted bureaucracy -- report - The Times of Israel (blog)

Needy Holocaust survivors lose benefits to convoluted bureaucracy -- reportThe Times of Israel (blog)State Comptroller Yosef Shapira issues a report Wednesday harshly criticizing the government's handling of care for Israel's dwindling population of Holocaust survivors. The report focuses in part on the labyrinthine bureaucracy tasked with caring for ...and more »

State comptroller slams government treatment of Holocaust survivors - The Times of Israel;

State comptroller slams government treatment of Holocaust survivors - The Times of Israel

The Times of IsraelState comptroller slams government treatment of Holocaust survivorsThe Times of IsraelHolocaust survivors pose for a picture after celebrating their belated bar mitzvah at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest site, in Jerusalem's Old City on July 13, 2015. (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90). Newsroom. Email the Newsroom · Facebook · Twitter ...and more »

Comptroller: Bureaucracy keeps Holocaust survivors from receiving rights - Jerusalem Post Israel News;

Comptroller: Bureaucracy keeps Holocaust survivors from receiving rights - Jerusalem Post Israel News

Jerusalem Post Israel NewsComptroller: Bureaucracy keeps Holocaust survivors from receiving rightsJerusalem Post Israel NewsNetanyahu meets holocaust survivors, members of the "Yad Ezer Lachaver". (photo credit:KOBI GIDEON/GPO). A new report released by the Israeli state comptroller's office on Wednesday found that Holocaust survivors in the country are not receiving all ...and more »

The comptroller: Tens of millions of shekels allocated to Holocaust survivors were not implemented properly - Ynetnews

The comptroller: Tens of millions of shekels allocated to Holocaust survivors were not implemented properlyYnetnewsThe state comptroller's report determined that tens of millions of shekels allocated for the treatment of Holocaust survivors were not implemented properly, and the lack of coordination between the bodies damaged the various benefits to which they were ...and more »

Comptroller report: Bureaucracy prevents Holocaust survivors from realizing rights - Jerusalem Post Israel News;

Comptroller report: Bureaucracy prevents Holocaust survivors from realizing rights - Jerusalem Post Israel News

Jerusalem Post Israel NewsComptroller report: Bureaucracy prevents Holocaust survivors from realizing rightsJerusalem Post Israel NewsA report released from the state comptroller found that Holocaust survivors are not receiving all their rights due to bureaucracy. State Comptroller Joseph Shapira explained, "The state's attitude toward survivors may affect the memory of the Holocaust ...and more »