Israel okays Housing Grants for former Lebanon Army Militiamen

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The cabinet of Israel has approved a proposal to provide housing allowances to hundreds of former members of the Lebanese Christian-dominated militia South Lebanon Army (SLA), who fought alongside the Tel Aviv regime against resistance groups during the Lebanese civil war.

The decision would see some 400 former SLA militiamen who did not hold commanding ranks receiving a one-off grant of 550,000 shekels (around $161,000) towards buying a home over the next four years, the Israeli army said in an official statement.





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