Israeli Court Upholds Cut-off of Asylum Seekers’ Water, Electricity

The court accepts city of Petah Tikva's claim that other cities do the same, no racism involved, which refugees’ lawyer says is demonstrably false

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The Lod District Court rejected an appeal Tuesday to stop the Petah Tikva municipality from turning off water and electricity in apartments where asylum seekers are living. The appeal, filed by human rights...