NII: All Toulouse victims to be buried in Israel

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March 20, 2012 12:01

 
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National Insurance Institute director-general Esther Domisini announced Tuesday that she had resolved the controversy of funding the burial in Israel of four French Jewish victims murdered in Toulouse on Monday, Army Radio reported.

The announcement came after NII's initial opposition to funding the burial of one of the victims, Rabbi Yonatan Sandler due to bureaucratic regulations regarding citizenship.

Although Sandler was not an Israeli citizen, his wife and his two murdered children, were citizens.

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