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The Protests You WONT See On The News.

The current wave of protests is not related to cheese, but to housing. This is a painful topic in Israel, where tiny apartments cost lifelong mortgages that transform their takers into state-slaves. The protests were spurred following a Knesset vote approving the National Housing Committees Law, which places the authority for approving building projects in the hands of regional committees. The committees would be in the hands of the state and the large construction companies. This means no houses for the poor. In Israel roughly 80% of the people earn less than the average salary (this is possible due to the large difference between the highest and lowest salaries). An average salary is not enough for paying an average mortgage while eating on a daily base


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