Israeli Holocaust survivors living abroad will be able to receive pensions from the Jewish state, according to a new law. The law, which passed Monday, was sponsored by Knesset member Colette Avital. To receive their pensions, survivors must go to the Israeli embassy or consulate closest to them and present relevant documentation.
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