Municipality, ACRI debate causes for growing poverty in East Jerusalem

צילום: גיל יוחנן

NGO claims insufficient funding to services for Arabs in East Jerusalem leads to 75% dropping under poverty line; municipality says ACRI ‘attempted to hide huge investments’ and ‘ignored specific budgets’.

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