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Benefits accorded to Israeli Arabs or non-citizens living in Israel i.e. health? family? other? Need to know.

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Submitted by G. Haber (United States), May 18, 2014 at 20:32

Do only Israeli Arabs (if they do) receive health, child support or other benefits i.e. unemployment, old age, and do non Israeli Arab citizens receive any such benefits? Which of the two groups is taxed?

What benefits do Jewish israeli citizens receive and what, if any, do Jewish non-citizens receive?

Need to know authenticity for a story i am writing.

Thanks,

gmhaber

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Israeli citizens, whatever their ethnicity, receive a range of benefits not available to non-citizens. This is not the place to go into all the specifics.

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