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    • Mr. Joel
    • 26.03.14 | 19:23 (IST)

    Israel is a very rich nation. The charity orgs exist to give big salaries to senior managers - not to help the "millions of hungry." Google the facts: per capita GDP, per capita net worth millionaires, etc. Look at all the packed malls and BMWs. Read the Haaretz exposes on all the high salaries of the port workers, electric company employees, educational institutions, hospitals, etc. Many Israelis earn very good money - high tech, actuaries, real estate agents, etc. What about the housing boom - developers, investors making money hand over fist. What about the energy companies - companies and shareholders making huge profits. And we have the self-interested charity organizations who beg money for the "starving" Israelis. What a crock. The big charity orgs are frauds which exist to bestow large salaries and bonuses on the senior managers.

    from the article: Uncovering the U.S. Jewish charity industry
    First published 15:22 26.03.14 | Last updated 15:22 26.03.14
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