Israelis Migration to Europe?
An association of Israeli rabbis has banned immigration from Israel, with rabbis saying Jews can only leave Israel temporarily for business purposes.
Many Israelis have been migrating in recent months to Germany and the US. It is said that the Israelis are leaving Israel on economic grounds.
Recent data show that some 50 percent of Israelis are living below the poverty line.
High taxes and low salaries have had adverse effects on the lives of Israelis, specifically the middle class, in recent years.
The 2013 budget of the Tel Aviv regime has also hit Israelis deep in their pockets with raised taxes and slashed benefits.
Discontented Israelis almost regularly take to the streets in Tel Aviv and other cities to protest against the regime’s economic plans and the painful austerity measures, which would raise income and value-added taxes and cut welfare benefits.
According to the International Monetary Fund, Israelis face high rates of poverty.