Updated Aug. 16, 2007 3:15


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They are two neighbors, both Holocaust survivors. One struggles under the burden of monthly expenses and cannot afford to buy meat. The other receives tax breaks, discounted medications and National Insurance Institute income supplements.

They live one floor apart in Tel Aviv after both suffering unimaginable horrors at the hands of the Nazis.

A floor apart, but the two women might as well be living in different worlds.