70 years later Israel considers “holocaust survivors’ welfare”

By Monitoring Desk
Monday – March 12, 2018
TEL AVIV (Israel): Israel, home to Jews, prime minister (PM) Benjamin Netanyahu, at one end, was told that Holocaust survivors find it difficult to cope with the “government bureaucracy” and are unaware of their rights, on Sunday, while at the other end, he reckons United States (US) will not let ‘Iran’ acquire nuclear weapons to avoid a “nuclear armed Middle East”.

According to an official statement, Israeli PM was told that there is “no single government agency” that coordinates for Holocaust survivors with the government ministries.

Netanyahu was told that the current idea is to determine a single address for utilising the rights of Holocaust survivors, vis-à-vis all government ministries and it cuts a path through the ‘bureaucracy’.

He said, “I would like to make it clear that we will go to Holocaust survivors’ homes, if need be in order, to make certain that they are utilising their rights in full.”

Aiming his guns at Iran, Netanyahu fired, “The diplomatic talks with the US, last week, focused mainly on Iran” asserting “I said that the nuclear agreement with Iran contains within it many dangers for the world, including the special danger of the nuclearisation of the Middle East.”

He worried, “Many countries in the Middle East are saying that they are also allowed to enrich uranium if Iran is allowed to do so” advising “Therefore, the way to prevent this danger, the nuclearisation of the Middle East, is to either thoroughly correct the agreement or abrogate it.”

Netanyahu, in Israeli rhetoric continued, “Moreover, I remind you that Iran declares, on an almost daily basis – including recently, its intention to wipe out the State of Israel” concluding “It is hardly worth saying that we will not allow this, to put it mildly.”