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Dear sirs/ Madames.

These days I’m looking for a job. I will note that as a person with a disability I have been trying for many years to return to the job market with the help of every possible organization — and so far without success.

I was thinking of an idea, which may very well sound absurd, absurd or even Stupid but after so many years in which the job search is not successful, I will still come up with the idea I was thinking about.

As well known, there are farmers who cultivate their fields, or run a farm of one kind or another — and then make a living from selling their produce. I wonder if there is a field of home farming, ie: much smaller crops that can be made from a private home instead of from the field – and then sell the produce (actually it is the same principle of farm work in the field – but in dimensions and area that fit the size of a house)? Is there such an economic field? And if so – what is it called, and how can it be started

 (I will note that if a significant initial investment is required, I will not be able to start – as a person living on a disability pension from the National Insurance Institute this option simply does not exist for me)?

So, what do you think? Is the possibility I raise practical or reasonable — or is it a silly, delusional, or even a little “disturbed” idea?

Regards,

Assaf Binyamini,

115 Costa Rica Street,

Entrance A-Apartment 4,

Kiryat Menachem,

Jerusalem, Zip code: 9662592.

Phone numbers: At-972-2-6427757.

Mobile-972-58-6784040.

Fax-972-77-2700076.

post Scriptum.

1)         My email addresses:

 029547403@walla.co.il and: asb783a@gmail.com and: assaf197254@yahoo.co.il and: a32assaf@outlook.com and: ass.benyamini@yandex.com and: assaf002@mail2world.com

2)         Resume-Assaf Binyamini:

Personal details: Assaf Binyamini, ID no. 029547403.

Date of birth: 11.11.1972.

Address: 115 Costa Rica Street, Kiryat Menachem, Jerusalem.

Phone numbers: 972-2-6427757.

Mobile-972-58-6784040.

Fax-972-77-2700076.

Education: 10 years of study and partial matriculation.

Military service: Exemption for medical reasons.

 

Work experience:

1991-Work at R.S.T. Carpentry (South Tel Aviv)

1998-2005-Work at the National Library, assisting the professional staff of librarians in a wide variety of tasks.

2009-2010-Work in the “Avgad” chain for jewelry-in sorting goods.

February-May 2019-Work at the computer company HMSOFT

 

Volunteering:

Active in the struggle headquarters of the disabled.

Volunteering at the Jerusalem Municipality’s Center for the Exercise of Rights with assistance to the needy population.

General information: Highly motivated, high ability to formulate orally and in writing, ability to improvise and solve problems.

Has many years of acquaintance with civil society organizations.

Suffering from a physical disability prevents me from lifting heavy loads and standing on my feet for a long time.

3)         The following is a link to the YouTube channel in Hebrew, which I opened on April 28, 2020, where I occasionally upload content related to the issue of the disabled population to which I belong:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX17EMVKfwYLVJNQN9Qlzrg

4) The following are 4 examples of cases in which I needed assistance from the authorities in the State of Israel in the fields of health and welfare, where the important and essential assistance was not possible due to a very cumbersome and inefficient bureaucratic mechanism (I attach the correspondence with the relevant authority).

 

 

A.1)

 

Assaf Binyamini assaf197254@yahoo.co.il

to:

adi shitrit

Sunday, January 3 at 9:01 p.m.

You claim that you do not have, so to speak, the e-mail address of the 104 hotline – how is that possible?

I am convinced that the information is in your possession – and it is a great pity that this is the way you choose to behave towards a citizen who asks for help in such a simple matter. This is inhuman, and immoral behavior.

What’s simpler than giving their email address, thus closing interest? Why do you have to have these silly, unnecessary arguments over and over again?

Just N-M-A-S-T-M !!

 

On Sunday, January 3, 2021, 20:52:02 GMT +2, adi shitrit <adiregulation@gmail.com> wrote: 

 

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For the simple reason that we do not have it.

Believes that you will be able to find a website on their website or by phone in front of them. 

Major, Adi Sheetrit

See National Regulatory System

Home Front Command

 On Sunday, January 3, 2021, 20:40, by Assaf Binyamini <assaf197254@yahoo.co.il>:

It’s not clear to me why you are not willing to give out their email address. After all, this is not confidential or classified information …

In any case, I will try to locate this information in a different way.

Assaf Binyamini. 

Sunday, 3 January 2021, 20:34:01 GMT +2, adi shitrit <adiregulation@gmail.com> wrote: 

 

Call them, they will give you all the required details 

Major, Adi Sheetrit

See National Regulatory System

Home Front Command

 

On Sunday, January 3, 2021, 20:17, by Assaf Binyamini <assaf197254@yahoo.co.il>:

What is the email address of Hotline 104? How can I contact them?

 

Sunday, 3 January 2021, 20:16:24 GMT +2, adi shitrit <adiregulation@gmail.com> wrote: 

 

Hi Assaf

We are not the address; you have reached a regulatory set-up of Peker.

Please contact the 104 hotline.

Major, Adi Sheetrit

See National Regulatory System

 

 

Home Front Command

 Sunday, January 3, 2021, 20:12, by Assaf Binyamini. <Assaf197254@yahoo.co.il>:

 

A.2)

 

Assaf Binyamini

Since I am in solitary confinement, I am not allowed to leave the house until January 12, 2121, and therefore I am not able to go to one of the Mada or Home Front Command complexes to perform the test. In this situation, the only option is for a medical person to arrive with suitable protective equipment at home for an examination – however, as long as the 2700 * hotline can not be reached by phone, this will not be possible – and there is currently nothing else I can do. At the moment there seems to be no solution to the problem. Regards, Assaf Binyamini. Sunday, 3 January 2021, 01:27:32 GMT +2, Immunization Clinic Public Inquiries <lbjhison1@moh.health.gov.il> Reporter:

Immunization Clinic Public Inquiries lbjhison1@moh.health.gov.il

to: Assaf Binyamini’

Sunday, Jan. 3 at 1:31 p.m.

Hello Assaf,

 

For corona testing you can get out of the insulation as long as it’s just for that.

 

Regards,

 

Ariella 

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From: Assaf Binyamini <assaf197254@yahoo.co.il>

Sent: Sunday, January 3, 2021 12:12 PM

To: Immunization Clinic Public Inquiries <lbjhison1@MOH.HEALTH.GOV.IL>

Subject: Re: Letters to the Ministry of Health.

 

Since I am in solitary confinement, I am not allowed to leave the house until January 12, 2121, and therefore I am not able to go to one of the Mada or Home Front Command complexes to perform the test. In this situation, the only option is for a medical person to come to my home with appropriate protective equipment for an examination – however, as long as the 2700 * hotline cannot be reached by phone, this will not be possible – and there is currently nothing else I can do.

At the moment there seems to be no solution to the problem

Regards,

Assaf Binyamini.

 

Sunday, 3 January 2021, 01:27:32 GMT +2, Immunization Clinic Public Inquiries <lbjhison1@moh.health.gov.il> Reporter:

   

Greetings,

Try to make an appointment through the app or go to one of the Mada or Home Front Command complexes for an inspection

 

https://www.jerusalem.muni.il/he/newsandarticles/municipalitymessages/jerusalem-corona-tests-2020/

 

 

Regards,

 

Ariella, Epidemiology Team, Jerusalem Health Bureau

 

 

    From: Assaf Binyamini <assaf197254@yahoo.co.il>

Sent: Sunday, January 3, 2021 12:28 AM

To: Immunization Clinic Public Inquiries lbjhison1@MOH.HEALTH.GOV.IL

Subject: Re: Letters to the Ministry of Health.

 

 

How do I make an appointment for these tests? I will note that I am at Clalit Health Fund – and when calling 2700 * no one answers the phone – and after a few minutes the call is disconnected. And when I go to the clinic where I am treated, they tell me that they cannot make an appointment, and that I should call 2700 * – and when I point this out to the clinic staff, they tell me that they have no other solution or advice. so, what are we doing?

 

In this situation I have no option to make an appointment for a corona test – as long as it is not possible to get the call center by phone.

 

Regards,

Assaf Binyamini.

 

post Scriptum.

1) The social worker from whom I received the notice of entry into solitary confinement:

  Approved-972-50-5857185.

2) Is there a phone number where I can reach you?

Saturday, 2 January 2021, 23:47:23 GMT +2, Immunization Clinic Public Inquiries    <lbjhison1@moh.health.gov.il> Reporter:

 

 

 

Greetings,

According to the above data as I said it is advisable to do a first check on Sunday, and another check on Wednesday.

 

But I will try to follow anyway.

Regards,

 

Ariella, Epidemiology Team

 

From: Assaf Binyamini <assaf197254@yahoo.co.il>

Sent: Friday, January 1, 2021 1:46 PM

To: Immunization Clinic Public Inquiries <lbjhison1@MOH.HEALTH.GOV.IL>

Subject: Re: Letters to the Ministry of Health.

 

I was exposed from the social worker who made a cold in my apartment on Tuesday, 29.12.2020 at 9:30 in the morning.

 

I would like to continue to be in touch with you at the beginning of next week for further guidance.

Regards,

Assaf Binyamini.

 

 

Friday, 1 January 2021, 12:41:27 GMT +2, Immunization Clinic Public Inquiries <lbjhison1@moh.health.gov.il> Reporter:

 

 

 

Hello Assaf.

Since no investigation has yet been conducted, I do not know who is being exposed and when.

 

In any case, I suggest that you do a check-up through the cash register on Sunday – call the cash register and coordinate, and we will check

At the beginning of the week I hope we can know when the second test should be done.

Regarding the vaccine, I would set a new date after 12.1.20

 

Regards,

Ariela, an epidemiologist, Jerusalem Health Bureau

 

 

A.3) The referral was not processed. There was no treatment for the hazard that remained intact.

 

Assaf Binyamini.

 

Monday, 28 December 2020, 08:01:02 GMT +2, moked@jerusalem.muni.il <moked@jerusalem.muni.il> wrote: 

 

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Re: Letters to the Municipal Center of the Jerusalem Municipality.

Yahoo / Inbox

 

yael_al@jerusalem.muni.il yael_al@jerusalem.muni.il

to:

Assaf Binyamini

Sunday, November 29, 2020 at 12:17 p.m.

Hello Assaf,

I inquired again and according to the director of the SFA division, this is a residential area (private entrance to the building).

Therefore, this area is the responsibility of the residents and the municipality cannot treat it – and of course not visit the treatment that has been done later.

 

Regards,

Yael

 

 

 

From: Altman Yael yael_al@jerusalem.muni.il

Sent: Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:02 AM

To: Assaf Binyamini assaf197254@yahoo.co.il

      Subject: Re: Letters to the Municipal Center of the Jerusalem Municipality.

  Peace,

Thanks for the update.

I contacted the director of the SFA division again on the subject and I will update.

 

   Yael.

 

From: Assaf Binyamini <assaf197254@yahoo.co.il>

Sent: Tuesday, November 24, 2020 3:45 PM

To: Altman Yael <yael_al@jerusalem.muni.il>

Subject: Re: Letters to the Municipal Center of the Jerusalem Municipality.

 

No – the problem was not addressed. The municipality claims that it cannot address the problem because, according to its definitions, it is a private area, so to speak. On the other hand, it is indeed a public space, and if we, the people who live in the building, we could, and also hire a private contractor who would do the work (in practice the possibility does not exist, because the building is home to low socioeconomic families who cannot pay for such service). So, in such a case the municipality would suddenly decide since it is a public area — and then sue us for construction offenses — and that is the great absurdity that exists here.

Regards,

Assaf Binyamini.

 

On Tuesday, 24 November 2020, 15:37:25 GMT +2, yael_al@jerusalem.muni.il <yael_al@jerusalem.muni.il> wrote:

 

Hello Assaf,

 

I wanted to catch up with you – has the issue been addressed?

Thanks,

Yael.

 

  Altman Yael | Assistant to Yamit Yoeli-Ella City Council member

 

General Administration-Unit

 

 

Phone: 972-2-6296440.

  

                      

________________________________

From: Altman Yael <yael_al@jerusalem.muni.il>

Sent: Wednesday, October 21, 2020 5:44 PM

To: assaf197254@yahoo.co.il <assaf197254@yahoo.co.il>

Subject: Fw: Letters to the Jerusalem Municipality Municipal Center.

 

Hello Assaf,

My name is Yael and I am the assistant of council member Yamit Yoeli-Ella.

I have forwarded your letter to the care of the relevant party and I will update you as soon as possible.

Good Day,

Yael.

A.4)

hoo/ Inbox

Public Inquiries

Hello, Your request to Mrs. Zilber has been received and is still being examined. We will make every effort to get back to you as soon as possible. Regards, From: Assaf Binyamini to: Dalit Zilber <dalitz@iplan.gov.il> Subject: Letters to Mrs. Dalit Zilber.

Tuesday, Jan. 5 at 11:41 p.m.

Public inquiries 1 public@iplan.gov.il

To: ‘assaf197254@yahoo.co.il’

Copy: Yakira Gabay, Orna Nidam

Tuesday, Jan. 5 at 2:45 p.m.

Greetings,

 

Your application to the Director of the Planning Administration dated 10.11.2020 has been forwarded to our care and below is our reference:

 

First, we would like to let you know that the Planning Administration initiates and promotes national, provincial and local outline plans. Operates the national and district planning institutions, handles detailed plans; Prepares and promotes regulations under the Planning and Building Law. In addition, the director of planning is responsible for all aspects of the operation of the planning institutions at the national and district level in matters of personnel, budgeting, coordination and control, and more. 

Therefore, unfortunately, the issues raised in your application are not within the scope of the Planning Administration.

 

  1.       In order to try and help you, we made an inquiry and it emerged that there are a number of factors that can try and help you and they are:
  2. The Ministry of Housing can handle rent issues, and for your convenience we have attached a suitable link to the guide for rent assistance. 

https://www.gov.il/he/departments/guides/rental_assistance_step_by_step

 

In addition, you can contact the public inquiries of the Ministry of Housing, according to the details in the following link: https://www.gov.il/he/departments/Units/public_inquiries_moch

 

 

  1.   At the same time as applying to the Ministry of Housing, you can contact the Equal Rights Commission for Persons with Disabilities, to find out more. This unit is located in the Ministry of Justice. For your convenience, a link to the website of this unit is included, with relevant information: 

https://www.gov.il/he/departments/moj_disability_rights

 

 

We thank you for your request and wish you good health. 

 

 

Regards, 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From: Assaf Binyamini <assaf197254@yahoo.co.il>

Sent: Tuesday, November 10, 2020 1:26 PM

To: Dalit Zilber <dalitz@iplan.gov.il>

Subject: Letters to Mrs. Dalit Zilber.

 

 

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Assaf Binyamini assaf197254@yahoo.co.il

To: Public inquiries

Tuesday, Jan. 5 at 5 p.m.

I have visited these two offices countless times before. But these cannot help for a very simple reason: the injustice of not updating the amount of rent assistance for the disabled population is a legal injustice. For this reason, only a change in the law can help. In all the times I have approached the Ministry of Construction and Housing or the Equal Rights Commission for People with Disabilities (and in recent years I have addressed, and also referred to these government ministries at least a few thousand times, and unfortunately I do not exaggerate these numbers) By the word “cruel” I mean that not updating the amount of aid causes many disabled people, who are still forced to decide between buying basic food products and buying medicines, do not meet rent payments, and as a result are ejected on the street as a result of not being able to meet wage payments. -Apartment) according to which they can do nothing since this is the law. After receiving these answers, I turn to the Knesset members, who are also never ready to act on the matter, and refer me again to these government ministries – and God forbid.

And to sum up: in the amount of NIS 770 per month, it is currently not possible to rent an apartment in any area in the country – and this is all the more true when it comes to apartments that are accessible to the disabled, where the costs are even slightly higher. The continuation of the current situation in which the State of Israel insists on not redressing the terrible injustice will inevitably lead to more and more cases of disabled people being found dead on the street. what do you think?

I will emphasize that I do not seek help for myself personally – but continue to look for a way to resolve the terrible distress that accompanies us, the disabled public in the State of Israel.

Real treatment of these adversities should be considered instead of continuing to refer disabled people back and forth from one office to another!!

Regards,

Assaf Binyamini.

 

 

Tuesday, 5 January 2021, 14:45:49 GMT +2, Public Inquiries 1 <public@iplan.gov.il> Reporter:

 

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Greetings,

 

Your application to the Director of the Planning Administration dated 10.11.2020 has been forwarded to our care and below is our reference: 

First, we would like to let you know that the Planning Administration initiates and promotes national, district and local outline plans. Operates the national and district planning institutions, handles detailed plans; Prepares and promotes regulations under the Planning and Building Law. In addition, the director of planning is responsible for all aspects of the operation of the planning institutions at the national and district level in matters of personnel, budgeting, coordination and control, and more. 

Therefore, unfortunately, the issues raised in your application are not within the scope of the Planning Administration.

 

In order to try and help you, we made an inquiry and it emerged that there are a number of factors that can try and help you and they are:

  1.   The Ministry of Housing can handle rent issues, and for you convenience we have attached a suitable link to the guide for rent assistance.

 

https://www.gov.il/he/departments/guides/rental_assistance_step_by_step

 

In addition, you can contact the public inquiries of the Ministry of Housing, according to the details in the following link: https://www.gov.il/he/departments/Units/public_inquiries_moch

 

 

  1.   At the same time as applying to the Ministry of Housing, you can contact the Equal Rights Commission for People with Disabilities, to find out more. This unit is located in the Ministry of Justice.

For your convenience, a link to the website of this unit is included, with relevant information: 

https://www.gov.il/he/departments/moj_disability_rights

 

 

We thank you for your request and wish you good health. 

 

 

Regards, 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From: Assaf Binyamini <assaf197254@yahoo.co.il>

Sent: Tuesday, November 10, 2020 1:26 PM

To: Dalit Zilber <dalitz@iplan.gov.il>

Subject: Letters to Mrs. Dalit Zilber.

 

 

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5)     I will mention that I am a person who speaks Hebrew – and my knowledge of other languages is very limited. Except for medium to low level English and very low level French I have no further knowledge in this area. I enlisted the help of a professional translation company to write this letter.

6) The following is the wording of the letter, which I send to various places:

 

to:

Subject: Public housing for the transparent disabled.

A.G.N.

We, the “Transparent Disabled” movement (the overcoming-disabled movement with a disability percentage of 75% -100% that are not assisted by a wheelchair) want to draw your attention to the impossible reality that accompanies our lives. We receive a disability pension of NIS 3,217 per month from the National Insurance Institute – as well as NIS 770 per month, which we receive from the Ministry of Construction and Housing as assistance for the purpose of paying rent.

The above amount is not enough for a dignified minimum subsistence: we are not entitled to discounts on water or electricity bills – nor are we given any discount in payment for medicines we need. Public-and this in comparison to the elderly public who are entitled to many of these discounts.

Also, and despite being people with disabilities

And serious illnesses, we are not entitled to a mobility allowance, an accompanying pension or an allowance for special services.

We are forced to allocate the vast majority of the allowance from which we are supposed to exist to pay rent — and as a result many of us do not have the ability to purchase basic medicines or groceries — and are quite often forced to make an impossible choice, and also particularly cruel between the two. The day-to-day dilemma between purchasing basic groceries and purchasing medicines is not only impossible — but also inhuman toward us as human beings.

We therefore believe that the updating of the amount of assistance for the purpose of paying rent should be urgently considered, as well as the redress of other injustices and discrimination against us as explained here.   

post Scriptum. This letter was sent on behalf of the “Overcome” movement and its founder, and the person who runs it today: Mrs. Tatiana Kaduchkin. Her phone number is 972-52-3708001 – and you can contact her at this number on Sundays to Thursdays between 11: 00-20: 00, Israel time – except for Jewish holidays and Israeli holidays.

7) Here are some explanatory words about the “Overcome” movement that appeared in the press:

Tatiana Kaduchkin, an ordinary citizen, decided to form the “Overcome” movement with the help of what she calls the “transparent disabled.”

So far, about 500 people from all over the country have gathered for its movement. In an interview with the Channel 7 Diary, she talks about the project and those disabled people who do not receive proper and sufficient assistance from the relevant parties, just because they are transparent.

According to her, the disabled population can be divided into two groups: disabled people with wheelchairs and disabled people without wheelchairs. She defines the second group as “transparent disabled” because she says they do not receive the same services as the disabled with a wheelchair, even though they are defined as having 75-100 percent disability.

These people, she explains, cannot make a living on their own, and they need the extra services that the disabled with wheelchairs are entitled to. For example, the transparent disabled receive a low disability pension from the National Insurance Institute, do not receive certain supplements such as special services allowance, escort allowance, mobility allowance and they also receive a lower allowance from the Ministry of Housing.

According to a study conducted by Kaduchkin, these transparent disabled people are hungry for bread despite the attempt to claim that in Israel in 2016 there are no people hungry for bread. The study she conducted also states that the suicide rates among them are high. In the movement she founded, she works to include the transparent disabled on waiting lists for public housing. This is because she says they do not usually enter these lists even though they are supposed to be eligible. She holds quite a few meetings with Knesset members and even participates in meetings and discussions of relevant committees in the Knesset, but she says those who are able to help do not listen and the listeners are in opposition and therefore cannot help.

She is now calling on more and more “transparent” disabled people to join her, to contact her so that she can help them. In her estimation, if the situation continues as it is today, there will be no escape from a demonstration of the disabled who will claim their rights and the basic conditions for their livelihood.

8) I joined this movement on July 10, 2018 — and they have a link to our website:

https://www.nitgaber.com/

 

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