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Economy: May 17, 2011

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State Comptroller, Micha Lindenstrauss, states in his annual report that there are “significant deficiencies” in the way the State pays social security nursing benefits, and in the employment of work immigrants in the nursing field. In addition, the report states that house call health care services are not being provided equally nationwide, and there are deficiencies in the service operation.

In the Tel AvivJaffa district of the Clalit Health Services, the rate of treatment of the elderly was 2.5 times greater than in the Southern district, and 1.5 times greater than in the Jerusalem District. In the Leumit Health Services, the treatment rate in the Jerusalem District was 3 times that of the Northern district, and almost 1.5 times greater than in the Southern district.


Closed Society: 10 March, 2011

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A 17-years-old settler from an “Illegal Settlement” in the Binyamin region slapped a Kfir Brigade officer in the face, a military investigation says. The youngster beat the officer because the officer ordered a military medic to give medical treatment to a wounded Palestinian.

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March 10th, 2011 at 11:02 pm