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workers protested the privatization of the hostel for Holocaust
survivors in Pardesiya, in a demonstration outside the Prime Minister
Office in Jerusalem on Sunday, Army Radio reported. Dror Israel
Movement activists were set to join the social workers in their demand
to nationalize the hostel, and be absorbed as state employees, which
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu had previously promised, they claimed.
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told The Jerusalem Post on Thursday he strongly backs the workers'
Speaking by phone from New York, Itzkovitz – who four years ago
headed an inter-ministry that monitored the implementation of government
decisions on Holocaust survivors and improved their quality of life – said they
deserved the best possible care.“Survivors, especially those living in
hostels, have the most complicated conditions. We in the ministry never agreed
to the privatization of caregiver services three years ago.
By UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN HEALTH SYSTEM
By AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY
By UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO MEDICAL CENTER
By ANNE GRANT, SPECIAL TO THE JERUSALEM POST
By SHARON UDASIN AND JPOST.COM
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