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To:

Subject: distance learning production.

Dear Madames/ Sirs.

These days I am looking for a job.

As we know, there is currently a technology of using 3D printers for the production of various products.

Is there also technology that allows the production of products with these printers without the need for a human presence near the printer, but by giving instructions remotely or from the personal computer at home?

And if such technology does exist today – do you know which companies offer such jobs? And what are the personal skills required for this purpose?

Best regards,

assaf benyamini,

A. Below is the email, which I send to different places:

To:

Subject: Writers’ organizations.

Dear Madames/ Sirs. 

I write on the sitedisability55.com which deals with the issue of people with disabilities.

The site was built in a system ofwordpress.org – and it is a multilingual site in 67 languages:Uzbek, Ukrainian, Urdu, Azeri, Italian, Indonesian, Icelandic, Albanian, Amharic, English, Estonian, Armenian, Bulgarian, Bosnian, Burmese, Belarusian, Bengali, Basque, Georgian, German, Danish, Dutch, Hungarian, Hindi, Vietnamese, Tajik, Turkish, Turkmen, Telugu, Tamil, Greek, Yiddish, Japanese, Latvian, Lithuanian, Mongolian, Malay, Maltese, Macedonian, Norwegian, Nepali, Swahili, Sinhalese, Chinese, Slovenian, Slovak, Spanish, Serbian, Hebrew, Arabic, Pashto, Polish, Portuguese, Filipino, Finnish, Persian, Czech, French, Korean, Kazakh, Catalan, Kyrgyz, Croatian, Romanian, Russian, Swedish and Thai.

I am looking for a service of writing articles in these languages ​​for my blog. But there is another difficulty/problem here: I am a person who lives on a very low income – a disability allowance from the National Insurance Institute. For this reason I am unable to pay the high prices charged by professional article writers.

Are there large organizations of professional blog article writers from whom you can order a large quantity of articles at a discounted price?

Best regards,

assaf benyamini,

115 Costa Rica Street,

Entrance A-flat 4,

Kiryat Menachem,

Jerusalem,

Israel, zip code: 9662592.

my phone numbers: at home-972-2-6427757. Mobile-972-58-6784040. Fax-077-2700076.

post Scriptum. 1) My ID number: 029547403.

2) My e-mail addresses: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected]

3) Link to the website: https://www.disability55.com/

B. Below is the message I sent to several colleges for computer studies:

To:

Subject: Software testers course.

Dear Madames/ Sirs.

Several years ago (I am writing these words on February 11, 2023) I did an occupational test of John Bryce College – and I was found suitable for the software testing course.

But my participation in the course did not come to fruition. The reason: I was unable, as a person living on a disability allowance from the National Insurance Institute, to pay the cost of the course, which was more than NIS 18,000.

I requested the The Israeli Employment Service to help me finance the course was met with a very cumbersome and ineffective bureaucracy, which combined with a disdainful attitude on their part prevented me from participating in the course – and thus I had to give it up.Some additional difficulties must be taken into account: I do not have a car nor a driver’s license – and due to my illnesses and the medications I take this is not possible in any case. Also, I am very limited in my mobility for the same reason – and therefore the only option that can suit me is participating in a distance course – via the computer at home.

I would like to know if your school has anything to offer regarding such a course.

Best regards,

assaf benyamini,

115 Costa Rica Street,

Entrance A-flat 4,

Kiryat Menachem,

Jerusalem,

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 e-mail addresses: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and :[email protected]

3)Curriculum Vitae-Assaf Benyamini:

Personal details: Assaf Benyamini, ID. 029547403.

Date of birth: 11.11.1972.

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

Phone numbers: at home-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-Working at RESHET carpentry (South Tel Aviv)

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

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

February-May 2019-work at the computer company HMSOFT

The beginning of February 2020-three days of work distributing newspapers to passers-by on the street.

volunteering:

Active in the struggle headquarters of the disabled.

volunteering

In the center for the exploitation of rights of the municipality of Jerusalem in aid to a needy population.

General Information:

Highly motivated, high verbal and written articulateness, ability to improvise and solve problems.

Has a long-standing acquaintance with civil society organizations.

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

C. Below is the email I send to different places:

To:

Subject: open tenders.

Dear Madames/ Sirs.

I am looking for software, or systems of this or that type on the Internet that are intended for publishing “open tenders” on various topics.

Do you know such systems?

Best regards,

assaf benyamini,

115 Costa Rica Street,

Entrance A-flat 4,

Kiryat Menachem,

Jerusalem,

ISRAEL, zip code: 9662592.

my phone numbers: at home-972-2-6427757. Mobile-972-58-6784040. Fax-972-77-2700076.

post Scriptum. Below is an example of a tender that I wish to publish in an open system for publishing tenders online:

I am offering my blogdisability55.com as a platform for publishing articles about people with disabilities in each of the following 67 languages:Uzbek, Ukrainian, Urdu, Azeri, Italian, Indonesian, Icelandic, Albanian, Amharic, English, Estonian, Armenian, Bulgarian, Bosnian, Burmese, Belarusian, Bengali, Basque, Georgian, German, Danish, Dutch, Hungarian, Hindi, Vietnamese, Tajik, Turkish, Turkmen, Telugu, Tamil, Greek, Yiddish, Japanese, Latvian, Lithuanian, Mongolian, Malay, Maltese, Macedonian, Norwegian, Nepali, Swahili, Sinhalese, Chinese, Slovenian, Slovak, Spanish, Serbian, Hebrew, Arabic, Pashto, Polish, Portuguese, Filipino, Finnish, Persian, Czech, French, Korean, Kazakh, Catalan, Kyrgyz, Croatian, Romanian, Russian, Swedish and Thai.

Best regards,

assaf benyamini,

post Scriptum. My e-mail addresses: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected]

D. Below is the e-mail message I sent to the guide from the “Avivit” hostel:

        Asaf Benjamin< [email protected] >

To:

[email protected]

[email protected]

Thursday, February 16 at 5:01 p.m

Hello Vardan:

Following our meeting, this is the email I sent to Dr. Hagit Peleg from Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital, where I am being monitored because of psoriatic arthritis from which I suffer (according to statistics, about 16% of psoriasis patients develop arthritis – and unfortunately, I am currently included in the 16% these).

Also, regarding psoriasis itself, it is important to understand that:

1) The cause of psoriasis is unknown. The first researchers who will actually succeed in finding the cause of psoriasis, and of course after the discovery passes appropriate academic tests of peer review, these researchers will receive the Nobel Prize for Medicine.

2) In the past there was a hypothesis that the cause was genetic – however they were unable to find a basis for this. This hypothesis was based on the fact that in two population groups with proven genetic kinship – the Indians and the Eskimos – no case of psoriasis has ever been observed. However, it must be remembered that this cannot be determined unequivocally, since as is known for very long periods of time in history (in fact until the end of the 16th century) these peoples had nothing to do with the white man – and we cannot know whether or not they really had cases of Psoriasis – and considering that apparently most of these peoples did not have writing (and even this cannot be determined unequivocally – because there is always the possibility that there were periods when writings were written on perishable materials and for this reason they are not at our disposal today) – then we cannot really know If there have never been cases of psoriasis in these population groups. The earliest evidence we have is from the Spanish conquerors – but of course these are relatively late evidence from which it is not possible to reach any conclusions in this matter. There may still be a possibility for research by examining the bones of skeletons from Indian or Eskimo populations – however, I do not know if there is a scientific method for testing the presence of psoriasis in these populations based on the examination of these remains in the laboratory. 

3) As for psoriatic arthritis, there is a clear gender characteristic: about two A third of the patients are actually patients – and only a third of those suffering from this disease are men. I don’t know the reason for this – you can of course ask the professionals. 

4) The budgets allocated for research in this field are apparently significantly lower than research for other diseases such as cancer, heart disease or neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s. The reason for this is simple: In the vast majority of cases, psoriasis is not a life-threatening disease – and the life expectancy of psoriasis patients is no different from the life expectancy of the general population – and when there is no effect on life expectancy, nor on the life-threatening nature of the disease itself, but only on continuous suffering and significant damage to the quality of life, there is no motivation for the vast majority of The medical students or lecturers engage in the subject – and only a very small and negligible minority of the students or lecturers in the medical schools choose to engage in this field. 

5) Psoriasis disease appeared in me at about the age of 15 – however for many years I did not know at all that it was psoriasis. For this reason I would always go to a dermatologist because of a specific problem, and since as we know there is no treatment that cures psoriasis (and even researchers who find such a treatment will be awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine) it would never help. This situation continued until January 2, 2007, when I went to see a dermatologist named Dr. Avraham Zlotogorski, from whom I received the diagnosis of psoriasis – as well as the explanations regarding the disease itself and its characteristics. 

6) No direct link between the presence of a mental illness and psoriasis has ever been proven. There are many mentally injured people who do not suffer from psoriasis, and there are many psoriasis patients (and in much more serious situations than mine) who do not have any mental illness and lead a normal lifestyle like any other person in society. On the other hand, it is known that situations of stress (mental stress, depression, anxiety) may certainly lead to worsening of the symptoms of psoriasis in those who have the disease – however, this is only in some patients and not in all. 

7) Treatments at the Dead Sea, or at other sites of nature similar in the world (for example the well-known treatment site in Baden-Baden in Germany) can help some patients much more than any drug treatment. There are even tourists with psoriasis who come to Israel from different parts of the world mainly for this purpose. Cases are known in which these treatments do lead to a remission of the disease. It is known about the existence of a large group of tourists (I do not know their number – the data is apparently in the hands of the Ministry of Tourism through which these groups are organized), Psoriasis patients who arrive in Israel and immediately travel to the Dead Sea for treatments in order to gain remission from the disease – and after the period of remission ends or nears its end, they leave their country again and come to Israel for treatments at the Dead Sea – and then return to their homeland again until or before the next wave of the disease and return, God forbid. 

8) There is Remember that the treatments in the Dead Sea also do not help all patients in an overall way. It’s hard to impossible to know in advance which cases it will help and which cases it won’t – and it’s almost always impossible to know until you try. I have already traveled several times and it had almost no effect on my psoriasis. I don’t remember the number of times I came to the Dead Sea – however, it was more than once and it never really affected me. Apart from that, access to the treatments themselves is much more problematic today due to changes happening in the Dead Sea itself: the worsening of the sinkhole phenomenon in recent years has caused the closure of entire stretches of beach -And even in the sections of the beach that have not been closed, staying there is much more dangerous than in the past. Also, there have already been cases of sinkholes that appeared on the roads or on the roads where you go to the hotels – and nowadays even the very arrival at the hotels and then the return from there is much more dangerous than it was up to 10 or 15 years ago – and of course this is also something that must always be taken into account. I heard that a Recently, an Israeli company developed a technology that knows how to predict sinkholes in advance so that you can use it, and by receiving a warning in advance, simply leave that dangerous area. This company exports the technology to many places in the world – and I think it’s a real shame that this technology is not being used in the Dead Sea region as well – which is the region where such technology is very much needed. I don’t remember the name of the company – and I don’t know the reasons why this technology is not being used in the region The one who needs it so much – maybe it’s excess regulation or bureaucracy – like in many other things in the State of Israel.

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By: assaf benyamini <[email protected]>

to: [email protected]  <[email protected]>

Sent on: Thursday, January 26, 2023 at 4:28:06 PMGMT+2

Subject: Letters to Dr. Hagit Peleg.         

Peace be upon Dr. Hagit Peleg:

Subject: request for consultation.

Dear Madame.

The last time I was examined at your clinic, you told me that there are now new drugs for the treatment of psoriasis, and that it is possible that people like me who suffer from severe financial hardship can now be helped by the “Friends of Medicine” association to which you refer patients in this situation.

After that I visited my family doctor – Dr. Brandon Stewart – and I understood from him that he would talk to you about it.

Did you talk to him?

Also, as far as I know, there is currently no treatment that can cure psoriasis – is this true? And if this is not true or inaccurate, could you explain what, as of today, the options for treating psoriasis are?

In the past, I did not want to receive drug treatment for psoriasis due to another consideration: the high chance of suffering from side effects – and at the same time very short remission periods that can be achieved, if at all.

From your words, I understood that this situation was true 10-15 years ago (which is the time when dermatologists with whom I was examined told me about the situation I mentioned earlier, and did not recommend biological treatment for the reasons mentioned) – and is no longer true today.

And therefore I would like to ask: What is the remission period in psoriasis that I can achieve if I start being treated with one of the new drugs? And which drugs are these?

Also, and if indeed the new drugs can allow me to achieve a prolonged period of remission in psoriasis without serious side effects and there is indeed a possibility of using the “Friends of Medicine” association for assistance in financing the treatment – in that case I would be interested in knowing what the procedure is required to receive the drug treatment.

Best regards,

assaf benyamini – a patient at the rheumatology outpatient clinic of Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital.

post Scriptum. 1) My ID number: 029547403.

2) My phone numbers: at home-972-2-6427757. Mobile-972-58-6784040.

E. Below is my correspondence with the “Civil Society Forum”:

Adi Arbel< [email protected] >

To:

assaf Benyamini

Monday, February 13 at 10:23

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On Monday, February 13, 2023 at 10:13 by assaf benyamini <‪[email protected]>:

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Do your offices in Jerusalem have accessibility for the disabled?

On Monday, February 13, 2023 at 09:59:12GMT+2, Adi Arbel<[email protected]> Written by:

Our offices are in Jerusalem and I live in Givatayim. You can meet either at our offices or at the Givatayim mall. Feel free to email Tatiana in order to avoid a broken phone if you want the meeting to be with both of you.

‫On Monday, February 6, 2023 at 19:04 by assaf benyamini <‪[email protected]>:

I don’t use Zoom. I don’t know if Tatiana uses this software. In any case, Tatiana is the traffic manager, and therefore I think that the relationship should be with her. You can contact her by phone at 972-52-3708001. Or: 972-3-5346644. Sunday-Thursday between 11:00-20:00. Best regards, Asaf Binyamini. P.S. I would like to point out that I am a disabled and sick person, and therefore I am not sure that I will be able to get to your offices in Jerusalem. Where are your offices? Is there accessibility for the disabled? In any case, you can contact me by phone at any time. My phone numbers: at home-972-2-6427757. Mobile-972-58-6784040.

On Monday, February 6, 2023 at 12:21:25GMT+2, Adi Arbel<[email protected]> Written by:

Hello Assaf and Tatiana, thanks for the inquiry! My name is Adi and I am the director of the civil society forum. I would be very happy to arrange an introductory meeting with you, on Zoom or in our office in Jerusalem, according to your preference. Best regards, Adi

‫On Sunday, February 5, 2023 at 15:22 by Assaf Binyamini <‪[email protected]>: To: “The Forum for a Civil Society”. Below is a message on behalf of Mrs. Tatyana Kaduchkin from the “Nitgaber” movement.

The subject: the “Nitgaber” movement (“transparent” disabled people)

About a decade ago, I, the Ham, founded the movement “Nitgaber”, for the “transparent” disabled people. Disabled people with high percentages of disability and no ability to work, but who are not limited in movement. My movement numbers and represents about 1300 people from all over the country, who have a mobility disability Between 75% and 100%, who are not able to work and who do not have mobility disabilities or need an increase in their disability percentages.

The movement allows those people to exhaust all their rights vis-a-vis the state and certain financial support is also given to those most in need.

Our movement fights for affordable public housing and adequate living conditions for the aforementioned population group.

Many disabled people who are not able to work, and who have 75%-100% disability, but are not limited in movement live in deplorable conditions.

They do not receive the same benefits that retirees who also receive income supplementation enjoy. That is, they do not have discounts for buying medicine, discounts on the electricity bill, and property tax, discounts for traveling on public transportation and rent assistance similar to retirees, they are not entitled to “heating/cooling” grants and more .

In other words, they are entitled to almost no benefits, despite their dire situation.

Furthermore, they are also not entitled to public housing despite the difficult conditions they live in every day.

There is a fundamental difference between the different disabilities, and we believe that it should not be that way!

A disabled person with a mobility disability is entitled to public housing and receives rent assistance ranging from NIS 3000 to NIS 3900 per month. Also, disabled people with mobility disabilities receive larger allowances than the disabled represented by the movement, thanks to additions to the basic allowance, which includes, among other things, special services, Mobility and companion allowance and more.

In such a situation, the size of these allowances reaches NIS 15,000-17,000 per month.

But in contrast, the disabled represented by the movement, who do not have a mobility disability, have a 75%-100% disability and are not fit to work, receive only NIS 3211 per month net only! From here it follows that this group is the poorest and most vulnerable population in the State of Israel!!! During my years of activity, I met with many officials from different parties in the Knesset and in the various government ministries. But, unfortunately, the movement has not been successful for a decade in advancing the proposal that would allow disabled people who are not limited in movement, who have a 75%-100% disability and are not able to work, to receive public housing , or at the very least increase the amount of assistance they receive in renting an apartment and improve their living conditions even a little.

I would like to meet with you, in order to promote this project and help these people live a more dignified and proper life.

With blessings and great hope, Tatyana Kaduchkin, chairperson of the movement “Nitgaber” (transparent disabled).

Phone 1: 972-52-370-8001

Phone 2: 972-3-534-6644

Below is the message I left for Knesset member Mossi Raz-Asher for a meeting with him in the Knesset. I arrived on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at 1:30 PM.

April 20, 2021

Greetings to Knesset(“Knesset”-the ISRAELI parliament) member Mossi Raz

Subject: The problem of housing for the disabled.

Dear Sir.

Below are a number of issues related to the disabled and mentally challenged population (a population in which I am also included) that I would like to raise before you. I would be interested in knowing to what extent you are able to promote these issues and/or make urgent legislative amendments to improve our situation , the conditions for treating us and our chances of surviving and integrating into society.

I should point out that from past experience I have learned that in meetings of this type I will be told before I arrive that I will be given permission to speak in order to raise the issues I wish to speak about – however in the meeting itself I will not be given permission to speak even for one second – and if I try to speak, God forbid, this will be considered Automatically for a very serious “disturbance” and therefore the security guards will attack me and expel me very aggressively – and this even when there is no need for it and when it is completely unnecessary, and also when it is absolutely clear that I do not pose any “danger” to anyone.

And knowing this reality, I am handing you this letter – just in case this time too, this will be the behavior towards me. Apparently the very fact that I dare to bring up the plight of the disabled public is interpreted as a very serious threat – even though it is not at all clear to me who or what exactly it threatens. I am leaving you and the employees of your office with this letter – I will not take it back to my home.

And now for the details of the topics themselves:

1) Financing/rent payment problem – many years ago it was determined (and it is not clear by whom – however it is probably one or another government official) that disabled people living in the community are entitled to assistance in the amount of NIS 770 per month for the purpose of paying rent. As we know, in recent years there has been a very significant increase in apartment prices in the State of Israel – and as a result, of course, there has also been a significant increase in the rent. However, the aid amount of NIS 770, which was determined many years ago completely arbitrarily, and without any explanation or logic, is not being updated. Unfortunately, even after a great deal of correspondence (and we are talking about at least a few thousand or even tens of thousands of letters, and unfortunately for the writer of these words, these numbers are not exaggerated at all), which were sent to every possible party: the Ministry of Construction and Housing and its various branches, other government ministries such as the Ministry of Finance and the Prime Minister’s Office, many journalists with whom the writer of this document spoke personally, Many lawyers and even the investigative offices and embassies of foreign countries – nothing helps – and as a result, the aid amount is not updated, many disabled people are thrown into the street and find their death there from hunger, thirst or cold in the winter and alternatively from heat stroke or dehydration in the summer. It should be noted that organizations for the exploitation of rights such as the “Yadid” association (which, as we know, was closed a few months ago) or legal aid clinics at universities and colleges with which the writer of this article is also in contact can never help, and the reason for this is simple: the amount of aid of NIS 770 is given according to law , and organizations for the exploitation of rights can only help according to the existing law, and the only address in cases where legislative changes are necessary is, as you know, the Knesset. But here the situation only continues to get complicated: as we know, for a very long period of over two years there is no functioning government and Knesset and the State of Israel is in a state of, in fact, a continuous transitional government. The direct and devastating result of this situation is the lack of possibility to make essential amendments to the law that are urgently required – some of which I detail here. It should be noted that even when the Knesset and the government acted on the requests of the writer of these lines, as well as requests from the organizations of the disabled and many other parties regarding the amount of assistance to the members of the Knesset, they were automatically directed to the organizations for the exploitation of rights – and this even though the members of the Knesset themselves know very well that in this case the organizations for the exploitation Rights cannot be the address but only themselves.

2) Communication with the landlords – there are many cases in which disabled people have difficulty negotiating with the landlord due to reasons related to their illness or disability. In these situations, the social workers are required to act as mediators – and a very large part of the social workers cannot really take on this role in every case. And what’s more: the extensive cuts in recent years in the standards for the jobs of social workers, combined with the difficult working conditions, the low pay, the inadequate treatment by the families of patients who in many cases see them as, and unjustly, responsible for the poor care their relatives receive – and all of this Combined with the impossible workload that sometimes forces them to have no choice but to neglect even urgent or dangerous situations – all these make it even more difficult for the person with the disability to find a suitable apartment and for the social worker to help.

3) Patients’ means of payment – there are situations in which a person moves to live in the community after a long period of stay in hospitals, and without living habits that are considered normative such as going to work, taking responsibility for managing his life, etc. Very often requirements that are placed as a condition for signing a lease contract such as Signing a guarantee check is unattainable for people at this stage of their lives. Many treatment and rehabilitation frameworks that existed in the past (in one of which the writer of this document was helped about 26 years ago when leaving a hospital for assisted living) have closed or significantly reduced the scope Their activity in recent years – something that may prevent rehabilitation from people who at this stage of their lives will not be able to move forward without these essential therapeutic and rehabilitation envelopes.

4) The problem of regulation – today there is a complete imbalance when it comes to the obligations and rights of the apartment owners on the one hand and the apartment renters on the other. There are many laws that protect landlords from one or another abuse of the rental periods that may be on the part of the tenants. On the other hand, there are no laws aimed at protecting the people who live in apartments from being exploited by landlords – and as a result, scandalous, draconian and sometimes even illegal clauses can be found in many rental contracts – and there are no laws aimed at protecting the tenants of these apartments who are forced to sign these contracts. In many cases, the tenants of the apartments do not have a legal right to object to offensive clauses that are signed as a condition for renting the property – and they will be completely exposed to the whims of the owners of the apartments, and sometimes even during the rental period itself. The owners of apartments in these situations are naturally more difficult for disadvantaged populations such as the disabled or the sick.

5) Difficulty in informing – there are considerable difficulties when it comes to raising the mentioned difficulties and exposing them in the public arena for the purpose of making the necessary corrections. The current priorities of the various media which are hardly interested in the issue, fragmentation among the organizations of the disabled, reluctance of many elements of the society in which we live to take an active part in attempts to correct and improve the situation – all these burden and make it very difficult for the efforts to raise these problems to public awareness in a way that will be forced the members of the Knesset to make the necessary amendments to the legislation instead of continuing to ignore and do nothing. Another difficulty exists when it comes to raising an advertising campaign: Disabled people who live on disability allowances cannot pay the copy amounts that the advertising companies ask for in order to run a campaign for the purpose of promoting the treatment of the issue – and the very many attempts of the author of the document to bypass this barrier by joining one or another student project of advertising students did not help – and this is because even the latter They showed no interest in it and did not see it as an issue that was really important to address. 

6) Waiting time for treatment – there are many cases in which people who up to a certain stage in their lives did not need the help of mental health services at all – but as a result of difficult life circumstances or a traumatic or difficult event of one kind or another need the help of a mental health professional – and of course in many cases This is temporary or one-off assistance and not chronic. Today, the waiting periods for treatment or psychological assistance are very long – and as a result of the lack of timely help, people’s conditions may deteriorate unnecessarily. Investing additional resources in the public mental health system can certainly change the situation. It must be remembered that even from an economic and budgetary point of view there is no logic in such behavior: when people’s condition worsens during a prolonged waiting period for treatment, their condition continues to get complicated – and what could have been one-off assistance that does cost the state money turns into an even more serious situation that subsequently costs the state a high financial cost Infinitely. For these reasons, it is necessary to consider adding standards to the public mental health system and improving it – it must be remembered that the vast majority of the population in the State of Israel cannot finance these treatments privately – which cost several hundred shekels for each individual session.

7) Dental treatments – as you know, in the State of Israel a person who needs dental treatments will almost always go to private doctors – and this is because the public health system does not currently provide an answer in this area. It should be noted that the mentally challenged, and also the disabled in general, whose economic hardship is very difficult on a day-to-day level, even without connection to dental treatments, find it even more difficult to receive these treatments, if and when it is necessary. The combination of serious mental problems and severe economic distress causes these people to face a broken trough and a complete dead end when necessary, and sometimes urgent dental care. It should be taken into account that today there is no, in fact, a systemic solution to an issue that is not treated at all – and one should think about appropriate legislation and the creation of reasonable options when it comes to dental treatments for these populations.

8) Hospitalization areas – a person who currently needs massive psychiatric treatment in a public hospital or clinic can only receive it in a clinic or hospital that is close to his area of ​​residence. There are cases where patients prefer, for one reason or another, to be treated at another clinic – not necessarily the one very close to their area of ​​residence. Patients should be allowed freedom of choice – and a patient who is not satisfied with treatment at a particular clinic or hospital should be given the opportunity to move to a clinic or hospital elsewhere. This option is currently given in all other fields of medicine – and there is no reason to deny the freedom of choice as to the place of treatment in the field of mental treatment only. What’s more: such freedom of choice, if given, could certainly cause hospitals and clinics in the field of mental health to compete with each other for patients – something that could definitely lead to better treatment and service.

9) Awareness of the population – the general population sometimes shows very significant resistance when it comes to mental health treatments that are provided in the area where people live – something that stems from a lack of awareness and the lack of recognition of the field – and without any practical or logical justification. Reducing the resistance and reluctance of the population through an appropriate systemic information system may certainly make the lives of patients and patients whose lives are very difficult in any case due to the disease and their own disabilities easier. The lack of awareness in the society in which we live causes cases of residents’ objections to the opening of hostels or care facilities near their residences – something that leads to considerable delays in the opening of these facilities, and sometimes even to the prevention of their opening following lawsuits filed by residents. Moreover: there are quite a few cases in which there is intentional harassment of the population towards these care facilities when they are in their area of ​​residence – and it is very possible that raising public awareness could lead to a considerable reduction in the number of these cases. Regards, Asaf Binyamini,

115 Costa Rica St., 

entrance A-apartment 4,

Kiryat Menachem, 

Jerusalem,

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 e-mail addresses: [email protected] or: [email protected] or: [email protected] or: [email protected] or: [email protected] or: [email protected] or: [email protected]

3) The treatment framework I was in until March 16, 2021 (due to the continued cuts and reductions in the health and welfare budgets and the lack of treatment of these issues in the absence of a functioning government or Knesset) I am left, chronically ill with very serious diseases and problems without any appropriate treatment framework. All my attempts to find a relevant treatment framework for her I can rely on pottery makers – and there is no telling how long this catastrophic situation will last): 

“Reut” association – “Avivit” Hostel, 

6 Ha-Avivit Street,

Kiryat Menachem,

Jerusalem,

ISRAEL, zip code: 9650816. 

phone numbers in the hostel offices: 972-2-6432551. or: 972-2-6428351. 

The e-mail address of the hostel: [email protected]

The social worker from the hostel team, with whom I was in contact: Oshrat-972-50-5857185. 

4) The family doctor with whom I am being monitored: 

Dr. Brandon Stewart, 

“Klalit Health Services” – Hatayelet Clinic,

 6 Daniel Yanovsky St., 

Jerusalem,

ISRAEL, zip code: 9338601. 

The telephone number of the clinic offices:

972-2-6738558. Fax number in the clinic offices: 972-2-6738551. 

5) Details of the regular medications I take:

1. Psychiatric drugs:

I. Seroquel-

2 pills of 300 mg each every evening. 

II.Tegretol CR-

400 mg-every morning. 400 mg-every evening. 

III. Effexor-

150 mg-every morning. 150 mg-every evening. 

2. Symvastatin-

10 mg every day in the evening.

6) Below is the list of medical problems I suffer from:

I. Mental illness-compulsive syndromeOCD as well as a disease defined as schizo-affective disorder

II. Psoriatic arthritis.

III. A neurological problem whose definition is not clear. Her main symptoms: objects falling from my hands without me noticing, dizziness, loss of sensation in some areas of the palms and a certain problem with balance and posture.

IV. Chronic disc herniation in the back in vertebrae 4-5 – which also radiates to the legs and makes walking difficult. 

V. Irritable bowel syndrome.

VI.. Beginning of signs of a cardiological problem from the last month (I am writing these words on Thursday, March 22, 2018). As of the time of writing these lines, the essence of the problem is still unclear, which is manifested in chest pains during most of the day, difficulties in breathing and also in speaking.

VII. A significant weakening of vision, which started about six months ago (I am writing these words on Monday, April 19, 2021).

7) Additional personal details: Age: 48. Marital status: Single. Date of birth: 11.11.1972.

The protest for increasing the old age pension One of the initiators of the protest: Uri Flom – Tel. 972-54-4725676 Email: [email protected]

Yigal Grinstein – Tel. 972-50-7534271 Email: [email protected]

Giora Harlofsky – Tel. 972-52-3820050 Email: [email protected]

December 22, 2022

A rallying cry – the younger generation joining the struggle.

We your parents, your grandmothers and your grandfathers, call you to join and help us in our fight to increase the shameful old age pension we receive today,

and which does not allow many of us to live with dignity.

Joining our struggles today will save you the need to come back and fight

When you reach our age.

Our children and grandchildren, our allowance was close until 2003

To the average wage in the economy, and it was possible until 2003 to continue managing our lives,

At a reasonable standard of living, even after we retired.

Some of us (not all) also managed to save, some more and some less, in supportive pension plans.

Many of us, who were not privileged to work in the public service or in large organizations, have no pension at all, and rely entirely solely on the allowance. There is no dispute that the rate of the allowance today does not allow for a minimal life with dignity.

Many ask themselves how in a country that defines itself as a welfare state we have reached such a miserable situation. The answer is, to put it mildly, greed and a shameful violation of our rights.

It all started in 2003 when the Minister of Finance at the time chose to sever the connection between the funds for the old age pension, which later became a senior citizen’s pension, and the linkage to the average wage in the economy, and to link the pension to the “consumer index.”

Overnight, this move emptied the old-age pension, and over the years, the pension has completely lost its impact on the senior citizen’s life.

At the same time, hundreds of billions of shekels gradually accumulated in the National Insurance fund.

This is money taken from us over decades of work, in order to be returned to us when we reach old age, to give us reasonable social security, and to allow us to continue our lives at an adequate and respectful level.

The disconnection of the old-age pension from the linkage to the “average wage in the economy” index and its linkage to the “consumer index” artificially created “excess funds” in the National Insurance, reaching hundreds of billions of shekels.

The Ministry of Finance, brazenly, considered the huge sums that had accumulated in the National Insurance Fund to be surpluses, and appropriated to itself the money intended from the outset to ensure a basic standard of living for over a million citizens

and veterans (currently about 1,300,000).

There is and continues to be a conspiracy of silence whose purpose is to allow the continuation of this criminal robbery.

The relationship crosses parties!

While the salary of senior officials in the economy starting from the prime minister through the ministers and members of the Knesset, heads of public councils and mayors to CEOs of public companies and other senior officials in the public service, is linked to the average salary in the economy, and is automatically updated every year-

The old age pension was relegated to the abyss of womanhood and simply forgotten.

No more!

Over the past two decades, hundreds of billions of shekels have been transferred from the National Insurance to the Budget Division of the Ministry of Finance. The funds were given as a “loan” and the whole move was done quietly behind the scenes and without any proper publicity. The loan was never returned. On the contrary, it grew to monstrous proportions.

We come back and ask for your support in our just struggle. Today it is we are, tomorrow it’s you.

Links to join:

Group open to discussion (noisy group): https://chat.whatsapp.com/Juztm79HMFYAWsXETIcKkI

A group without discussions but with regular updates (silent group):

https://chat.whatsapp.com/F8j6n3d1HeX8BCmU2c3TIC

Link to the Facebook group:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1120435948847976

See where the greed has reached (the caption in the graph is in Hebrew)

Knesset(“knesset”-the ISRAELI parliament) members salary increase graph courtesy of our friends engineer Yehuda Gasser

Giora Harlofsky – one of the founders of the protest community Adv.

Giora Harlofsky, Tel. 972-52-3820050 [email protected]

Yigal Grinstein, Tel. 972-50-7534271 [email protected]

Uri Flom, Tel. 972-54-4725676 [email protected]

My personal details:

First name – assaf.  Surname – benyamini.

 Identity number – 029547403.

Full address for mail delivery – 

assaf Benyamini, 

115 Costa Rica St., 

Entrance A – Apartment 4,

Kiryat Menachem, 

Jerusalem,

ISRAEL, zip code: 9662592. 

my phone numbers: at home-972-2-6427757. Mobile-972-58-6784040. Fax-972-77-2700076.

My e-mail addresses: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected]

My website: https://www.disability55.com/

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F. Below are posts I shared on my Facebook account:

1)good evening. I did not write the next section. The writer did not sign at the bottom. I distributed with all my might and request that you do the same.

I really hope that the politicians and the president at their head do not think that we are taking to the streets because of the number of members of the committee for appointing judges…

We are fighting for the lost soul of the country.

We don’t sleep at night with worry. Our compass flutters and we feel the sky falling and the earth shaking.

And we understand that there is no savior and we were left alone, and we called ourselves the flag.

We’re going out of our way because you’ve gone crazy.

We date for our parents and for our children. Because that’s how we were raised and that’s how we educate them, to love the country and work for it, work hard and respect others…

And we leave because we are angry and not because of clauses.

Angry that political leaders have become guides to corruption, hatred, greed and lust for honor and greed.

Angry people who evade and separate are sucking the field and the future of the country.

Angry that our taxes are being thrown away like junk stocks by spineless, incompetent whiners.

Angry criminals in suits have taken over the law to legalize their spawn coffers.

They are angry at the prime minister who is ready for the country to burn and the people to be torn apart, provided he saves his skin.

And we’re leaving because we’re tired of the humiliation madness and not because of the small lines in the laws.

We are tired of wall mosses calling us traitors and you are silent.

We are tired of poor ministers calling us racists and Ashkenazis when our children have no idea where they come from.

We are tired of being stuck with Rolex watches that we don’t have and won’t have.

We are tired of hearing criminals dodging and ministers pretending that we are anarchists.

We want to tell you, Mr. President, busy politicians and shallow journalists – you are missing out big time.

Wake up because we are living in a horror movie and we have no intention of sitting and watching from the side to see how the arguments between you will end.

We woke up because we were tired of being silent. Because we took responsibility.

Don’t look for a leader you can buy from us, and don’t spread imaginary compromises to us. We are not like you.

We started the fight and will continue to fight until you take your hands off the Supreme Court, until you learn to respect the other (or at least shut up) and until you take the Declaration of Independence into your heart.

Not a moment ago.

Do you also feel that way? Pass it on so it reaches the right ears.

2)Rotem Peer

Director

Group expert in the field of mental health consultants

1 days ·

Editing the post to clarify:

It is important to note, it is possible that the killer was indeed traumatized. I don’t rule it out.

I just think that there are many cases where this is not the case and the attempt to attribute almost every murder to a mental struggle is an injury to an entire population.

In addition, it is statistically clear that if you take a sample of 10,000 people running compared to 10,000 people not running, the chance that there is someone who is a murderer is higher among the non-running population.

According to the law, every murderer is potentially mentally ill. Even if he has no mental background, he is sent for a mental examination.

And someone who was previously hospitalized once many years ago is not considered to have harmed the soul and the attempt to justify murder because of a mental struggle is simply an injustice.

Everyone wants to escape from prison and then what happens?

that all the newspapers are full of horrible stigmatizing sentences that call almost every murderer mentally disturbed.

This is enough to harm an entire population.

There should be a law against this.

If an Ethiopian murders, do we say he murdered because he is Ethiopian?

If a Moroccan murdered we will say he murdered because he is Moroccan?

of course not!

A man kills because he kills because he is a bad person.

Schizophrenics are not murderers.

Depressed people don’t kill.

People with anxiety are not murderers.

Condemn this phenomenon, it depends only on us because no one cares about us and because of these publications people are afraid of mentally challenged people and denounce them from society, from work, from politics.

Don’t give it a hand.

————————————————– —–

I’m tired of automatically linking every murderer to harming souls!

A mentally damaged person is not a murderer!!!!

A murderer is a murderer because he is a bad man.

He wants to be a murderer because he has nothing to lose.

A criminal, a rapist, a murderer, an assailant, are criminals and not emotionally damaged.

No wonder there are stigmas in the country towards mentally challenged people when anyone who commits a murder is written about as being mentally challenged.

A country of ignoramuses

3)assaf Benyamini

10 in February B-20:11

A few minutes ago they said in the news that the terrorist who carried out the horrifying attack in Jerusalem today was mentally ill. The question was also asked in the studio to what extent the fact that the damned terrorist (who was killed in the attack – and a good thing) is mentally ill is a factor or risk of terrorist activity.

It must be remembered that not all the mentally ill are terrorists, murderers or criminals.

For example, I am defined as mentally challenged and I do not carry out terrorist attacks and am not a member of any criminal or terrorist organization.

This stigma in which all the mentally ill are defined as murderers or criminals is very problematic – and sometimes makes it very difficult to provide appropriate medical treatment.

 

4) assaf benyamini

7 in February 2023 B-23:25

A few minutes ago the news announced an earthquake in the Jerusalem area.

I live in Jerusalem, in the Kiryat Menachem neighborhood – and I didn’t feel anything.

I should probably go and get checked.

Who treats such a disorder? Which doctor should I go to?

And what is such a disorder called?

Hahaha…

 

5)7 in February B- 23:15

 

And this time a serious question (in no way humor of any kind):

About two to three years ago, a new public transportation platform was launched in the State of Israel: a line that serves passengers from Haifa to Acre and back by sea, by boat. Is it possible to use this route using the multi-line or the free monthly tickets (similar to buses)?

Has this transport route already existed in the course of history? And if so, who has details about it (in what period, what was the route used for, what was the political/political background, etc.?)?

Who has details on this?

G. Below is the e-mail I send to various places:

To:

Subject: open tenders.

Dear Madames/ Sirs.

I am looking for software, or systems of this or that type on the Internet that are intended for publishing “open tenders” on various topics.

Do you know such systems?

Best regards,

assaf benyamini,

115 Costa Rica Street,

Entrance A-flat 4,

Kiryat Menachem,

Jerusalem,

ISRAEL, zip code: 9662592.

Phone numbers: at home-972-2-6427757. Mobile-972-58-6784040. Fax-972-77-2700076.

post Scriptum. Below is an example of a tender that I wish to publish in an open system for publishing tenders online:

I am offering my blogdisability55.com as a platform for publishing articles about people with disabilities in each of the following 67 languages:Uzbek, Ukrainian, Urdu, Azeri, Italian, Indonesian, Icelandic, Albanian, Amharic, English, Estonian, Armenian, Bulgarian, Bosnian, Burmese, Belarusian, Bengali, Basque, Georgian, German, Danish, Dutch, Hungarian, Hindi, Vietnamese, Tajik, Turkish, Turkmen, Telugu, Tamil, Greek, Yiddish, Japanese, Latvian, Lithuanian, Mongolian, Malay, Maltese, Macedonian, Norwegian, Nepali, Swahili, Sinhalese, Chinese, Slovenian, Slovak, Spanish, Serbian, Hebrew, Arabic, Pashto, Polish, Portuguese, Filipino, Finnish, Persian, Czech, French, Korean, Kazakh, Catalan, Kyrgyz, Croatian, Romanian, Russian, Swedish and Thai.

Best regards,

Asaf Benjamin.

post Scriptum. My e-mail addresses: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] or: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected]

H. Below is the e-mail I sent to various places:

To:

Subject: Publishing permissions.

Dear Madames/ Sirs.

I have 2 YouTube channels https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN4hTSj6nwuQZEcZEvicnmA

and:

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

 

I would like to allow other YouTube users to add videos to my channels. My channels deal with the issue of people with disabilities – and therefore I am interested in allowing the addition of content exclusively on this issue – and in any language.

Is there a way to do this? And if so – how?

Best regards,

Asaf Binyamin,

115 Costa Rica Street,

Entrance A-flat 4,

Kiryat Menachem,

Jerusalem,

Israel, zip code: 9662592.

Phone numbers: Beit-972-2-6427757. Mobile-972-58-6784040. Fax-972-77-2700076.

post Scriptum. 1) My ID number: 029547403.

2) My e-mail addresses: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected]

I. Below is an e-mail message that I send to various places:

To:

Subject: articles for the blog.

Dear Madames/ Sirs.

I blogdisability55.com – built on the wordpress.org system.

This is a blog that deals with the issue of people with disabilities – a multilingual blog in 67 languages: Uzbek, Ukrainian, Urdu, Azeri, Italian, Indonesian, Icelandic, Albanian, Amharic, English, Estonian, Armenian, Bulgarian, Bosnian, Burmese, Belarusian, Bengali , Basque, Georgian, German, Danish, Dutch, Hungarian, Hindi, Vietnamese, Tajik, Turkish, Turkmen, Telugu, Tamil, Greek, Yiddish, Japanese, Latvian, Lithuanian, Mongolian, Malay, Maltese, Macedonian, Norwegian, Nepali , Swahili, Sinhalese, Chinese, Slovenian, Slovak, Spanish, Serbian, Hebrew, Arabic, Pashto, Polish, Portuguese, Filipino, Finnish, Persian, Czech, French, Korean, Kazakh, Catalan, Kyrgyz, Croatian, Romanian, Russian , Swedish and Thai.

 

I would like to allow web users to upload articles to my site – articles about people with disabilities that can be in any of the 67 languages ​​mentioned.

Is there a way to do this? And if so – how?

Best regards,

Asaf Benjamin.

115 Costa Rica Street,

Entrance A-flat 4,

Kiryat Menachem,

Jerusalem,

Israel, zip code: 9662592.

Phone numbers: Beit-972-2-6427757. Mobile-972-58-6784040. Fax-972-77-2700076.

post Scriptum. 1) My ID number: 029547403.

2) My e-mail addresses: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected] and: [email protected]

3) Link to my website: https://www.disability55.com/

 

J. My links:

1)world and full-the center for health the soul and the woman

2)push.house-Network advertising

3)association”sailing Haifa”

4)protection Idan Dark

5)the organization address The family in Israel-Therapeutic Teeth to the needy

6)submenow.com-promotion channel YouTube

7)world one-Traffic for democracy global

8)association breathing net-fireplace trees-danger healthy

9)a program the partners of the site clickcease.com

 

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