Deported Jewish Families face eviction from hotel

Sunday, October 16, 2005 | 
30 families of Jewish settlers deported from Gush Katif face being evicted from the Ashkelon hotel where they have been staying for the last two month. The government cut the subsidies for these families. Some of them have even been charged 300 Shekel a night since October 6. They have nowhere to go, but should change the hotel, which they refuse to do.

Want more news from Israel?
Click Here to sign up for our FREE daily email updates

Current Issue


Sign Up for Daily Email Updates

Keep up with events in Israel with our FREE daily email newsletter and special offers.

Popular Posts

Israelis Respond to Hillary Clinton
While several Republican candidates...
Israel Braces for
Global hacker movement threatens...

More News