Ukrainians Fleeing War Find an Unwelcoming Israel – if They're Allowed in at All

The High Court finally opened the gates for Ukrainian refugees to come to Israel, but the lucky ones are finding it difficult to survive – not to mention navigating the bureaucracy

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It is 2:00 A.M., and the noise from the bachelor party spills over. On a bench at the entrance to the hotel sits a child of about 12, who is playing on his phone. He can’t fall asleep. Along with other refugees who recently fled from Ukraine, he now lives in a hotel that rents rooms by the hour and serves as an event hall.

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