Asylum Seekers Struggle to Make Ends Meet After Israel Enforces Cash Deposit

In the six months since a law requiring asylum seekers to pay 20% of their salaries to the state went into effect, families are struggling: 'My girls don’t get everything they need,' a mother says

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Tzaga, a 29-year-old asylum seeker from Eritrea, works in a minimarket in Rishon Letzion every day from morning until it closes late at night. Over the past six months, since the so-called deposit law went...