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By Michael Warschawski

Yet again Judge Dorner, chairperson of the governmental investigative commission in the matter of assistance to Holocaust survivors, and the Israeli Prime Minister are located on two sides of the ethical divide. While the Dorner Commission concluded that the allocations given to the survivors must be linked to 75% of the allowance paid by Germany to Israel for each survivor, and that this recommendation should be implemented immediately, the Prime Minister is trying, yet again, to buy time. The disagreement over time is much more important than that over the amount, as time acts to the detriment of the survivors, almost all of whom have reached an advanced age.

Judge Dorner and the recommendations of her commission of inquiry concerning
Israel’s treatment of Holocaust survivors are being ignored by the Israeli government.

Each day that passes decreases the financial debt of Israel to the Holocaust survivors. The government