Israel to spend $50M compensating families of children who disappeared in state's early years

 

March 12, 2021



(JTA) — The Israeli government approved a plan Monday to provide compensation of up to $60,000 to some of the families of children who went missing while in state care in the 1950s. 

But advocacy groups and several of the families have already rejected the plan, calling it a cynical move designed to silence their larger demands for accountability. They are demanding an official apology, an expansion of the eligibility criteria, and further access to state records that might shed light on the fate of their relatives. 

The compensation plan — amounting to roughly $50 million — represe...



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