The Inseparable Israeli Sisters Fighting to Be Recognized as a Common Law Couple
A day in court with two nonagenarian sisters, refugees from the Holocaust and constant companions, who seek the unprecedented status so that the one who lives longer can inherit the other's old-age allowance.
Across dusty paths that lead to the courts across the land, troop litigants who bear on their backs the legal dispute that brought them there, like tiny ants carrying a grain of garbage far larger than they...
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