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Kiryat Shemona resembles a ghost town, with its schools and most businesses closed. Half the residents have already left, either on chartered buses to their relatives’ homes or to hotels paid for by the government. A quarter of them — elderly people, families without financial resources or those with no close relatives — need help to leave. The rest simply don’t want to go.
A few weeks ago I attended a rally in Kiryat Shemona, where a man in his 50s stood up and spoke about growing up with a large family. When their tiny house became too crowded, his father received government assistance to expand it by two rooms. It was a simple story with a powerful point: Security depends on economic justice. Without it, families can’t survive. Amy Klein is a Reconstructionist rabbi who coordinates community programs at Yuvalim, the Pluralistic Center for Jewish Identity and Culture at Tel Hai College in the Galilee, and serves on the educational staff of Rabbis for Human Rights. עורך דין גירושין בקריות