Question: You claim that if we come to an agreement, we will be provided with all necessities, and everyone will have enough. But where are we going to get what people living below the poverty line lack?
Answer: For example, let me cite some information from “Calcalist“: “In the days of protest caused by the shortage of housing, 46,855 apartments are vacant.
“In Israel, there are 46,855 vacant apartments (4700 in Tel Aviv, 3400 in Haifa, 6% of empty apartments are in Jerusalem, 1423 in Petach Tikva, 1122 in Ramat Gan, 1114 in Holon, 902 in Rishon Le Zion).”
If we were to wish it so, we could get the owners’ consent to rent the apartments out at discount prices and receive high public appreciation.