Israel to grant stipends to North African Jews who survived Nazi occupation

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 28, 2015 23:42

 
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The Finance Ministry announced on Monday that it will grant an annual stipend to Jews of North African descent who were alive in countries that fell under Nazi occupation during the Second World War.

According to Israel Radio, Finance Ministry Moshe Kahlon made the announcement during a special session hosted by the Knesset's Labor, Welfare, and Health Committee.

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