High Suicide Rate Among Immigrants to Israel, but No State Aid

More than a third of the people who committed suicide in Israel over the past decade were new immigrants; state refuses to allocate funding to the only crisis hotline that offers psychological assistance in different languages.

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Over a third of the people who committed suicide in Israel in the past decade were new immigrants. The Eran organization, which operates a crisis hotline for psychological first aid, receives 18,000 calls a...