Jews who immigrated to Israel from Libya after being persecuted by the Nazis during World War II will be eligible for reparations, the Prime Minister’s Office said Tuesday. The move was promoted by the PM’s Office and Finance Ministry together with the Holocaust Survivors’ Rights Authority.According to the statement, “The Libyan Jews’ eligibility is based on their exposure to the Nazi persecution and their escape from their homes for fear of this persecution.”Figures compiled by the Holocaust Survivors’ Rights Authority show that some 5,000 survivors will be able to file for reparation, at a total cost of NIS 110 million (about $29 million).