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    • observer
    • 30.11.10 | 12:37 (IST)

    The hypocrisy is yours. If the State accepts them, the State must provide for them and not leave them at the mercy of rapacious landlords. Why do you think they have congregated in Bene Beraq? Because people there do care. The same thing happened with homeless Russians a few years back. In Bene Beraq there are free soup kitchens, and the police were not moving them on, so they all migrated from TA to Bene Beraq - until the situation became intolerable for the legal residents. The same situation has developed with these refugees. The State is in a win-win situation as usual. Look good in thee eyes of the world by accepting them, then waiting for the religious community to pick up the tab - and then sit back and wait for the Jew-haters like yourself to spew your bile on the haredim under a guise of concern for the refugees.

    from the article: Ultra-Orthodox town of Bnei Brak moves to evict migrant workers
    First published 01:41 30.11.10 | Last updated 01:41 30.11.10
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