WWII Bulgarian Jews eligible for compensation

An expanded panel of seven Supreme Court justices reversed an earlier decision on Sunday and ruled that dozens of Bulgarian Jews who were ordered to r

By DAN IZENBERG
October 9, 2005 20:38

An expanded panel of seven Supreme Court justices reversed an earlier decision on Sunday and ruled that dozens of Bulgarian Jews who were ordered to resettle in frontier towns during World War II were eligible in principle for compensation by the Israeli government in accordance with the Disabled Victims of Nazi Persecution Law. The precedent-setting ruling could pave the way for other victims of Nazi-influenced persecution to receive compensation from the Israeli government if their freedom had been restricted during the Holocaust in ways short of being forced to carry out deeds by direct threat of arms.


Related Content

Jisr az-Zarq
April 3, 2014
Residents of Jisr az-Zarqa beckon Israel Trail hikers to enjoy their town

By SHARON UDASIN

Israel Weather
  • 15 - 24
    Beer Sheva
    17 - 22
    Tel Aviv - Yafo
  • 13 - 19
    Jerusalem
    16 - 22
    Haifa
  • 20 - 28
    Elat
    17 - 27
    Tiberias