Re: תשובה: [Cz-L] On the streets of Czernowitz.

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Date: Wed, 26 Feb 2014 16:53:25 +0200
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[We are drifting folks... let us keep our focus on Bukovina related topics. This
is not to say that this discussion isn't worthy or interesting; just that this
isn't the place for it. Thanks for your understanding and co-operation! Moderator J]

Hi Mordechai, I agree with you,
But you do not know, perhaps, that there are different cathegories of
Russian Jews. Those, who went to Asia, are receiving a pension, like the
German Jewish Holocaust surviver. Those who were fighting 7 years in the
Red Army do not receive...I can not understand these way of Israelian laws .
Who did this law??In none case a surviver of the Holocaust.
Do you???
Regards Hedwig

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Sent: Wednesday, February 26, 2014 10:00 AM
Subject: תשובה: [Cz-L] On the streets of Czernowitz.

What is painful about this picture is that such reality is unfortunately
common here in Israel. The country prospers economically, no comparison to
Czernowitz, but there are many elderly, from the former Soviet Union, who
are not covered by sufficient insurance or pension. The little they receive
from the National Insurance forces them to hunt for left over (unsold at the
end of the day, and especially Erev Shabbat) vegetables, fruits and other
foods at markets, or, as in this picture, hunt for returnable plastic
bottles in specific plastic recycling waste containers (intended for large
bottles only, but often containing the smaller, half liter, bottles for
which they can get a small refund) or even in regular waste containers.
Shame on us!

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