Israel’s Poor and Homelesss

-A look at the work of Jerusalem’s Hetzroni Zula, a refuge for street youth, mostly teenagers from religious Zionist backgrounds. (The Jerusalem Post)

-A look at Table to Table, the largest food redistribution organization in Israel. (Jewish Journal)

-Israel is seeing a worrying rise in homeless teenage girls. (The Jerusalem Post)

-What is it like to be an addict in Tel Aviv? (Haaretz)

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