Monday, March 11, 2013

Israel Arab recruiter harrassed by Arabs - demands compensation

YNet   The 30-year-old woman, who lives with her husband and children in the Galilee, began to encourage the enlistment of Israeli Arabs to National Service several months ago .

"I thought this was a good way of integrating into Israeli society, and that it is important to contribute to our community." 

She was praised at work and director of the National-Civil Service Administration Sar-Shalom Jerbi said she "did good work." 

However, a few months later, the Higher Arab Monitoring Committee declared it was against such enlistment. "They called me and my friends 'traitors,'" she recalls. "In one case they physically attacked me and I went to the hospital."  [...]

As a result of the incidents, she hired Attorney Eli Malul from Afula, an expert on the National Insurance Institute and labor laws, to insure that the NII recognizes her.

"My client was emotionally harmed by the difficult chain of events she endured at her place of employment," wrote Malul to the NII. "She is suffering from stress, depression and fits of rage. I request to determine that there is a direct connection between her emotional state and her work."

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