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Subject: Distribution system.

Dear Madames/ Sirs.
Since about 2007, I have been participating in the struggle of the disabled in Israel – a struggle that is known to be extensively covered in the media as well.
As of July 10, 2018, I am doing this as part of a social movement called “Overcoming” that I joined – a movement in which we try to promote the rights of the transparent disabled. And the intention: people like me, who suffer from severe disabilities and health problems that are not conspicuously visible to the outside world – a lack of external visibility that causes very severe discrimination against us.
There is also a very great difficulty in conveying our messages: we are people who subsist on disability benefits, and are quite often forced to make the impossible dilemma between purchasing basic foodstuffs and financing essential medication. It is clear that in this situation there is no chance that we will have the ability to pay advertisers to assist us in conveying our messages.
I am looking for systems or software on the Internet that I can use to distribute the content of the struggle free of charge – do you know of any such systems or sites?

Best Regards,

Assaf Binyamini,
115 Costa Rica Street,
Entrance A-Apartment 4,
Kiryat Menachem,
ISRAEL, Zip code: 9662592.
my phone numbers: at home-972-2-6427757.
Mobile-972-58-6784040. Fax-972-77-2700076.
post Scriptum. 1) My ID number: 029547403.
2) My email addresses: [email protected]
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3) Below is an explanation of the purpose for which I am interested in the above information:
About 2007, I joined the struggle of the disabled in Israel – a struggle that is known to be extensively covered in the media as well.
As of July 10, 2018, I am doing this as part of the “Overcome” movement, which I joined on this date. In the “Overcome” movement we try to promote the civil rights of the transparent disabled, ie: people like me whose serious illness or disability is not conspicuously visible to the outside world – external invisibility for which we suffer severe discrimination.
Our movement’s website:
The movement’s director, who is also its founder, is Mrs. Tatiana Kaduchkin, and her phone number is:
Her telephone answering hours: Sunday to Thursday from 11:00 to 20:00. ISRAEL time-this is except for Jewish holidays and various Israeli holidays.
4) Here are some explanatory words about our movement, as they appeared in the press:
Tatiana Kaduchkin, an ordinary citizen, decided to establish the “Overcome” movement with the help of what she calls the “Transparent Disabled”.
To date, about 500 people from all over the State of Israel have gathered in 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(the ISRAELI Parliament), 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 turn to her so 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.
5) Here are some links to my profiles on various social networks:

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