Rabbinical courts to stop automatically placing financial burden on divorced fathers.02:39 02.12.15 | 0 comments
While deemed filthy, convoluted and anesthetic, the facility is full of people - thousands of citizens and foreign workers for whom the "shuk" fulfills needs. The upscale malls of Tel Aviv are not economically accessible for these people who at the CBS can shop in an air conditioned environment instead of traversing the sweltering streets outside. Do the architects and city planners interviewed consider these thousands "clients" that deserve attention. Cleaning up unsightly urban areas is a euphemism for racial and ethnic cleansing of a socio-economic and culturally different population that does not have the political and socio-economic (or legal) means to resist. The question, unanswered throughout the country and experienced intimately in the CBS, is how does our modern Jewish state protect and nurture the poor, the old, the visitor and the ill - all humans deserving the same dignity and respect even if their pocket books are empty. They're not an "eyesore" - they are brothers.