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I would like to translate the following text:
 1)one translation from English to German.
2)one translation from English to turkish.
after I get your price proposal and timetable I decide if I want to continue or not.
assaf bernyamini.


Subject: Search for charities.

Dear MRS AND Mr.

In recent years, I have been involved in the struggle for the disabled in
the State of Israel - the struggle that is widely known in the media as well.

However, even after many years of struggle, it became clear that there is
still no reasonable solution in the housing sector for the disabled and other
disadvantaged populations in the State of Israel.

Of course, the Corona epidemic, which has been hurting in recent months (I
write these words on Sunday, July 12, 2020), has led to a considerable
worsening of the situation - and not just the disabled population: many people
who have lost the ability to earn a living have literally become hungry for

I ask you this: Do you know charities, or business people who can help in
order to alleviate the plight of these population groups — and given that no
one knows how long the situation will last?

Later in my letter I describe about the difficulties of the public to which
I belong - the disabled public.


1) My I.D. no.: 02947403

2)My emails: [removed] or [removed] or [removed] or
[removed] or [removed] or: [removed]

3)   My
caregiving organization:

Reuth – Avivit
Hostel 6 Ha'avivit St.

Kiryat Menachem, Jerusalem 9650816.

Hostel office
telephone no.: +972-2-6432551 or +972-2-5428351 Hostel email: [removed]

At a meeting with the Avivit
Hostel social worker at 13:30 on 12 December 2017, I was explicitly forbidden
to disclose any of her particulars and/or other employees of Avivit Hostel or
of Reuth.

5)   My
family doctor:

Dr. Michael Halav

Healthcare Services, Ir Ganim branch 63 Borochov St.

Kiryat Yovel, Jerusalem 9678150.

Clinic telephone no.: +972-2-6440777,
fax: +972-2-6438217.


6)Below is my correspondent with a social worker from
Reuth in late January 2020:


Dear Ms. Tal Lotan,

re: Apartment at 115 Costa Rica

I wish to notify you that the
blinds in the living room are stuck and cannot be moved. Is it possible for a
member of the hostel staff to fix it? (I do not know how to

fix this or if
I have to call the apartment owner to do so). What do you think? Sincerely,

Benyamini, resident at the Avivit assisted living hostel PS

I recently sent you the attached
letter by regular mail via Israel Postal Company. I would appreciate it if you
could respond to the question I raised in it.



Dear Ms. Tal
Lotan, re: Lease period

The lease to my apartment
expires on 14 July 2020. I believe that there is room to consider asking the
apartment owner to clarify whether she agrees to extend the lease. I note that
I wish to continuing living in the apartment, but if the apartment owner does
not want to extend the lease, I must prepare accordingly and start looking for
another apartment.


Benyamini, resident at the Avivit assisted living hostel PS        My I.D. no.: 029547403


My letter to
the social worker Tal Lotan 10 Yahoo/incoming mail

Assaf Benyamini
15 January at 15:50

by + 6 Tal

Assaf Benyamini

I do not understand. When do you
intend to ask the apartment owner the question? WHEN? It is not possible
understand from the answer "Three months in advance is the common
practice" when you intend to ask her this question. (I prefer as soon as
possible, because, in contrast to previous occasions when I moved, this time my
health is worse and I cannot personally pack my belongings. If I have to move
apartments, this time, it will be much harder for me physically, and the whole
process will therefore take much longer. However, it would be much easier
emotionally. I therefore ask again, if my remarks were not understood: when do
you intend to ask the apartment owner on this matter?


Assaf Benyamini, resident at the
Avivit assisted living hostel


Sunday, 26 January 2020, GMT+2 10:46:27 TAL LOTAN [removed] wrote 26 January 12:28

TAL LOTAN [removed]

To: Assaf Benyamini 26 January at 14:09

We will contact you next month.
Just take into account that, under the contract, you or she may give three
months advance notice.




On Sunday, 26 January 2020, at
12:29 from Assaf Benyamini



Show the original message


Assaf Benyamini [removed]


To: Tal Lotan


26 January 2020,
at 14:13 Okay. Thank you.

On Sunday, 26 January 2020, at 14:09:58 GMT+2


TAL LOTAN [removed] wrote


Hide original message


We will contact you next month.
Just take into account that, under the contract, you or she may give three
months advance notice.


On Sunday, 26 January 2020, at
12:29 from Assaf Benyamini



I do not understand. When do you
intend to ask the apartment owner the question? WHEN? It is not possible
understand from the answer "Three months in advance is the common
practice" when you intend to ask her this question. (I prefer as soon as
possible, because, in contrast to previous occasions when I moved, this time my
health is worse and I cannot personally pack my belongings. If I have to move
apartments, this time, it will be much harder for me physically, and the whole
process will therefore take much longer. However, it would be much easier
emotionally. I therefore ask again, if my remarks were not understood: when do
you intend to ask the apartment owner on this matter?


Assaf Benyamini, resident at the
Avivit assisted living hostel





On Sunday, 26 January 2020, at
14:09:58 GMT+2


LOTAN [removed]


 Hi, it is customary to give three
months prior notice, but it is also possible




Saturday, 25 January 2020 at 20:00
from Assaf Benyamini [removed]


I understand, but
when do you intend to ask this question? Saturday, 25 January 2020, at 19:46:52

LOTAN [removed]


It is too soon, even if you say
that, hypothetically, you want to extend, but she is obliged.


In short, it's too soon.


Saturday, 25 January 2020 at 19:07
from Assaf Benyamini [removed]


--- Message sent ----


From: Assaf Benyamini [removed]


To: TAL LOTAN [removed]


Sent on:
Saturday, Saturday, 25 January 2020, at 16:31:35 GMT+2 Re: My letter to the
social worker, Tal Lotan

Fine. What is your opinion about
the second question I asked (asking the apartment owner if she intends to renew
the lease or not)? Naturally, if the apartment owners does not agree to renew
the lease after 14 July 2020, I will have to find another residential solution
(and this time, packing my personal belongings will take much longer because of
my worsening health, which will not allow to pack by myself).


Assaf Benyamini


Saturday, 25 January 2020, at
16:22:17 GMT+2


TAL LOTAN [removed] wrote


Hi Assaf. With respect to the
blinds, I'll ask Baruch to take a look, and if it's a bigger malfunction, I'll
contact Sigalit.





Assaf as goals that must be achieved. 7)This Following is a 17-page
Social Report, which was written about me on 6/28/2011.

* I would like to point out that I arrived for rehabilitation at the
Kfar Shaul Psychiatric Hospital in Jerusalem on 3/8/1994 and not during 2004,
as was mistakenly written in this report.


 REUT Community Mental Health Registered Society   “Avivit”

Avivit Hostel, 6 Avivit St., Jerusalem 96508, Telefax: 02-6432551

Email: [removed]


June 28, 2011


The M.G.A.R. Company

Re: Assaf Binyamini, Id. No. 29547403 – Psychosocial Report

General background: Assaf was born in 1972, bachelor, lives alone in an
apartment on HaRakefet St. under the status of protected accommodation
(sheltered housing) on behalf of a rehabilitation basket, he subsists by means
of a disability allowance on the background of a mental disability.

Assaf is the eldest son in a family comprising four people. His parents
divorced when he was eight years old, the relationships between his parents
during their marriage are described as harsh. The father remarried and Assaf
had three half-siblings from this marriage. After the divorce, Assaf remained
with his mother and his sister.

Since his childhood, Assaf suffered from emotional and motor
difficulties. Following a change of residence at the age of 4, he stopped
talking. He was referred to psychotherapy in a therapeutic kindergarten. Assaf
was a quiet child who used to seclude himself, he spent the afternoon hours
reading history books, working on computers, his only social activity was
within the framework of chess games.

During his adolescence, his mental health condition deteriorated
severely, he developed persecutory delusions (Illegible), among others against
his father´s wife. A suicide attempt was exhibited and he was hospitalized
several times at the Geha Mental Health Center. An attempt to rehabilitate him
was carried out at a hostel in Petah Tikva, yet it failed. From this age, he
was no longer integrated within any framework, he was a socially-rejected
child, his strange behavior also caused great aggression from his surroundings
towards him, and this worsened his condition even more.

In his early 20’s, Assaf suffered from diverse symptoms, the main ones
being obsessive-compulsive, which included self-harm as well – such
manifestations of physical self-harm never returned in this manner, but
currently, Assaf hurts himself, by means of the manner he utilizes in order to
cope with society, and the reality that surrounds him (and regarding this issue
– further information will be provided in the sequel).

In 2004, Assaf was hospitalized in the Rehabilitation Department in Kfar
Shaul and from there he moved to a protected accommodation (sheltered housing)
with the escort of the Enosh Mental Health Association. Over the years in which
he was treated at the Rehabilitation Department, his condition improved, the
obsessive-compulsive symptoms weakened significantly, and no psychotic content
such as delusions or hallucinations were observed. Assaf was escorted by the
rehabilitation team of the Kfar Shaul Psychiatric Hospital, he continued
receiving escort at his residence through the Enosh Mental Health Association,
he received psychiatric treatment, his mental health condition has stabilized
and he lives independently within the community.

Assaf worked voluntarily for several years at the National Library of
Israel yet he left due to a deterioration in his physical condition.
Afterwards, Assaf worked for about a year and a half at the Ha’Meshakem
Sheltered Company (2005 – 2006). He left due to difficulties with the staff,
according to him. Subsequently, he worked in a sheltered production plant on
HaOman St., and he left due to transportation difficulties while trying to
arrive to this workplace. During 2006 – 2007, a gradual decline in his physical
and mental condition has taken place, and since then he suffers from an
accumulation of mental and physical problems – back problems, digestive
problems, deterioration of his psoriatic condition, joint problems, more severe
and more frequent anxiety attacks. Assaf has lost faith in the public services,
he claims that there is a deterioration in the quality of service and the
professionalism of the employees. He has terminated his connection and
relationships with the   Enosh   Mental   Health  
Association, attempted   an   accommodation   escort 
by  means  of 
the  Kidum

REUT Community Mental Health Registered Society  “Avivit” Hostel

Avivit Hostel, 6 Avivit St., Jerusalem 96508, Telefax: 02-6432551

Email: [removed]


Association, which has not succeeded. In April 2007, he approached the
Tzohar Association, a private association that engages in rehabilitation and

In November 2007, he was referred to the Reut Community Mental Health
Registered Society and was admitted under the status of protected accommodation
(sheltered housing) at the Avivit Hostel, and he is escorted by the Hostel’s

During our escort, provided during the last three years, a deterioration
in Assaf’s mental health condition can be observed, and following are several
indices regarding this deterioration:

A.     Assaf’s level of suspicion is increasing, a suspicion
that intensifies by a pessimistic world-view, an absolute lack of trust and
faith in any therapeutic factor, whether medical, psychiatric or professional.
The relationship that he maintains with the Hostel’s staff is very partial, he
refuses to accept guides (instructors) from the Hostel and he is willing to
maintain contact solely with the social worker, whom he also regards as a
representative of a system that does not seek his well-being.

B.     A tendency to seclusion which worsens. Assaf is not
connected to any social framework. He does not maintain any friendly human
relationship, not with the Hostel’s residents, and as stated-above, neither
with guides (instructors) from the Hostel, not with his family, whom he also
distances himself from, almost up to a complete detachment (the word “almost”
is utilized since his mother insists on maintaining the connection despite his
resistance). He does not partake in any community life, finds himself secluded
in complete solitude on Saturdays and Holidays, he does not respond to any
offer to join a certain framework, an event, Holiday eves and the like.

C.   Entanglements
and encounters with therapeutic factors: over the three years, during which we
have been escorting Assaf, he managed to swap between several Family Physicians
at the HMO, some of them clearly sought his well-being, yet he did not know how
to identify this. He quarreled and argued with the staff at the Mental Health
Community Clinic in Kiryat Yovel and outright refused to continue his
psychiatric surveillance there. There too, the staff tried to come towards him,
yet he did not notice it. Despite the fact that he is the main sufferer from
this story, he appealed to every entity related to mental health in order to
obtain an alternate psychiatric surveillance. Finally, following our appeal to
the Ir Ganim HMO, a certain arrangement was achieved, beyond the letter of the
law, allowing the required surveillance at the HMO. His encounters are always
accompanied by writing dozens of complaint letters, including appeals to the
media, with regard to all the factors that treat him: the rehabilitation
basket, the Reut Community Mental Health Registered Society, the National
Insurance Institute, the HMO’s and more.

D.     Boycott of the Hostel and the escorting Association:
although he keeps receiving an escort on behalf of the Reut Community Mental
Health Registered Society, he refuses to arrive by himself to the Hostel, and
the encounters are carried out solely as house calls. His suspicion and
hostility are directed towards the Hostel’s staff and residents and he even
writes complaints and greatly complains about the escort itself. Nonetheless, a
certain level of normal reality judgement does exist, and despite the anger and
the complaints, he has refrained so far from disconnecting the relation with us
as well.

E.     An increasing level of anxiety: Assaf is very anxious
about his upcoming future, both in terms of his psychiatric health and his
accommodation options as well as financially and existentially. This level of
anxiety makes him live in unbearable scarcity and austerity.

F.     Abstinence and austerity during his daily life: Assaf
is convinced that in the not-so-distant future he will become homeless, and out
of his own considerations, he saves electric power and saves on any other
expense, and therefore, he does not heat his apartment during the winter, does
not heat his food and he does not allow himself to experience any pleasure or
contentment. He also economizes when it comes to his health matters, such as
dental treatments or medications that might alleviate the physical suffering
and pains he suffers from.

REUT Community Mental Health Registered Society      

“Avivit” Hostel

Avivit Hostel, 6 Avivit St., Jerusalem 96508, Telefax: 02-6432551

Email: [removed]


G.     An obsessive engagement in correspondence and writing
to every possible factor that he thinks that his story may touch his heart,
thus making him provide assistance within extensive correspondence has become
his life-practice, he writes, photographs and sometimes distributes in dozens
of copies, to Government Offices, Knesset Members, periodicals and magazines,
associations, law firms, private bodies and entities, places of business and
more. In most cases, he does not receive any replies, in certain cases he
receives some attention – this practice awarded meaning and content to his
life. According to him, as long as he is alive, he will continue and this is
his way of fighting for the rights that he deserves.

H.     Difficulties in adjusting to places of employment:
along the entire time period, Assaf exchanged several places of employment,
each time on the basis of difficulties or accessibility or complaints regarding
his terms of employment. However, it should be noted that recently he found by
himself a place of business that employs him three times a week, and so far,
they are pleased with him. Assaf himself does not have a lot of faith in this
place, yet as of today, and for the past two months, he has managed to

In summary: there is no doubt that his psychiatric image is not common,
there are several capabilities that are relatively preserved, such as: the
cognitive capability, his oral and writing expression capabilities, and on the
other hand, a severe mental injury. He is situated within an enclosed circle of
loneliness and despair. The nature of his symptoms does not allow him to
receive any assistance or support, he is convinced that the entire world is
against him, that there is no way out, and that the situation will only get
worse. There are no psychotic outbursts in the customary sense, yet there exist
tantrums and severe aggression, which currently, are mainly directed towards
his mother when she dares to visit him (this was much worse when he lived with
a partner who suffered from his severe tantrums, and as a result we were forced
to discontinue their apartment partnership). With regard to Assaf, the
sensation is that the entire structure is a hermetic paranoid structure, his
reality judgement is very defective and inadequate and this is particularly
obvious when he does not identify the people who want to assist him and he pushes
everyone away. It is possible to notice the decline of the effect, up to the
absence of any human emotion, even with regard to close people or
caregivers/therapists, with whom he is in daily contact. The dominant emotion
that controls him is despair, which keeps worsening. This influences his life
quality, not to mention the extremely low level of life in which he subsists.

As the person who has been escorting him for the past two years, and
from the conversations he held with the Psychiatrist who treated him, there is
no doubt that his behavioral difficulties, his mental problems, the tantrums
and the like, pertain and emanate from his mental disorder, and therefore, his
blunt, insulting and outrageous behavior should also be regarded as a symptom of
his problems and not as a separate part of them.


Naomi Harpaz

Social Worker

The Avivit Hostel

Ir  Ganim.

8)Below are some explanations/details about the
housing condition of the handicapped.

Problem of financing/paying
– many years ago, (and it is not clear by whom, but
apparently some government official) it was decided that handicapped persons
living in the community were eligible for NIS 770 per month to pay rent. As is
known, home prices have soared in Israel in recent years, naturally pulling up
rent as well. But the figure of NIS 770, completely arbitrarily set many years
ago without any explanation or logic, has not been updated.


even after extensive correspondence (thousands or even tens of thousands of
letters, and to the regret of this author, these figures are no exaggeration),
sent to every possible party – various desks at the Ministry of Housing and
Construction, other ministries, such as the Ministry of Finance and the Prime
Minister's Office, numerous journalists, many of whom this author has spoken
with personally, numerous attorneys, and even investigation firms and the embassies
of foreign countries – nothing has helped. The result is that the amount of aid
has not been updated and many handicapped are ejected to the streets to die
there of hunger, thirst, or cold in winter or

stroke and dehydration in summer.


It should be
noted that rights organizations, such as Yedid: The Association for Community
Empowerment and universities and colleges' legal aid clinics with which this
author corresponds, are never able to help, for a simple reason: the amount of
aid of NIS 770 is prescribed by law, and rights organizations can help pursuant
to current law. The only address where there is a need for legislative
amendments is the Knesset.

But matters only get more complicated: as is known, for a long time
(these lines were written on Friday, 17 January 2020) Israel has been in one
election campaign after another, and even the third elections, scheduled for
six weeks hence, will not necessarily herald the establishment of a functioning
government. It should be noted that even when the Knesset and government
responded to the inquiries of this author and the handicapped organizations and
many others in the matter of the aid, Members of Knesset automatically directed
the inquiries to the rights organizations, even though the Members of Knesset
are fully aware that, in this case, the organizations are not the address; they
themselves are.

Communications with
apartment owners
: there are many cases in which the handicapped
struggle to negotiate with apartment owners, because of their disability or
illness. Under these circumstances, social workers must serve as mediators, and
most social workers cannot really assume this role in every case. Moreover,
deep cuts in recent years in the number of social worker positions, together
with difficult work conditions, low pay, frequent improper treatment on the
part of the patients' families – who often unjustifiably consider the social
workers as responsible for the faulty care their relatives receive – combined
with the impossible workload that sometimes forces them to neglect urgent or
hazardous cases, add to the difficulties of the handicapped in finding a
suitable apartment and for the social worker to help him.

Patients' means of payment – there
are cases in which a person moves to live in the community after a long period
in hospital and lacks the normal habits of life, such as going to work or
taking responsibility for managing his life. Frequently, the conditions for
signing a lease, such as a guarantee check, are unattainable for people in this
stage of their lives. Previous treatment and rehabilitation structures (one of
which this author used 25 years ago when he was discharged from hospital to an
assisted living facility) have been closed or have slashed their operations in
recent years, thereby preventing rehabilitation by people in this stage of
their lives, who cannot make progress without these critical treatment and
rehabilitation structures.

Regulatory problems
currently, there is a complete imbalance with respect to rights and duties of apartment owners on the one hand and
lessees on the other hand. Many laws protect apartment owners against possible
abuse of the lease period on the part of the lessees; conversely, there are no
laws to protect tenants against abuse by the apartment owners. Consequently,
leases include many scandalous, draconian, and sometimes even illegal clauses,
and there are no laws to protect the lessees, who are compelled to sign the
leases. In many

lessees have no legal right to object to the harmful clauses that they must
sign as a condition for renting the property, and they are utterly exposed to
the capriciousness of the apartment owners, sometimes even during the lease
period. This is obviously a problem for the general population, but thought
should be given it is naturally more difficulty for disadvantaged groups, such
as the handicapped or sick to deal with apartment owners under these

Difficulties in explanations – there
are substantial difficulties with respect to the difficulties raised and their
disclosure in the public arena for the purpose of making the necessary
amendments. The current priorities of the various media, which are not
interested in the subject, division between the handicapped organizations,
disinterest of a great many parties in the society in which we live to take an
active role in efforts to correct and improve the situation weigh and greatly
hinder the efforts to raise public awareness about these problems in a way that
will force Members of Knesset to amend the laws rather than to continue
ignoring them and do nothing. There is another difficulty with respect to
launching an advertising campaign: handicapped people living on a disability
pension cannot pay the huge sums advertising agencies demand for managing a
campaign to deal with this issue, and the great many efforts by  this author to bypass this obstacle by
joining a student advertising project have not helped, because the students
have shown no interest and considered the issue to be important.


Link to the channelyoutube I opened on 28 April 2020:


10) On August 10, 2018, I
joined a social movement called "We Shall Overcome" - a movement that
seeks to represent the interests of the transparent disabled, namely: people
who suffer from serious health problems that are not conspicuously external to
invisibility that deny civil and social rights on a very wide scale.

director  and founder of the movement is
Tatiana Kadochkin, whom it is possible to reach in phone number 972-52-3708001
Sunday to Thursday from 11 am to 8 pm - except for Jewish and Israeli holidays.

I hereby
attach a link to our movement's website:

phone numbers:

at home-972-2-6427757.



More personal details:

Birthdate: Nov 11, 1972

Marital status: Single.