What is the difference between a resident of East Jerusalem and an Israeli citizen?
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What are the 2 rights of a citizen of Israel, that a permanent resident doesn’t have?
The right to vote in the Knesset elections and to hold an Israeli passport
he right to vote in the municipal elections and the Knesset elections
The right to receive support from the National Insurance Institute and the right to vote in the Knesset elections
The right to receive support from the National Insurance Institute and the right to vote in the municipal elections
Who is a permanent resident?
People who live in East Jerusalem
People who hold an Israeli identity card, but not citizenship
People who hold an identity card and a passport
Only people who hold a passport
Can permanent residents from East Jerusalem keep their permanent residency if they choose to live abroad?
Yes, if they prove their center of life is in Israel (strong ties to Israel, their residency overseas is temporary, etc.)
Yes, if they still pay national insurance
Yes, and there is no need to pay national insurance or prove center of life in Israel
Does every resident of East Jerusalem have the right to vote in the local elections (the municipal elections)?
Yes, if he is over 17 and holds an Israeli identity card
Only if he holds Israeli citizenship and is over 17 years old
Only if he holds a Jordanian passport
From which two neighborhoods in East Jerusalem do the majority of Runners Without Borders participants come?
The Shu’afat Refugee camp + Jabel Mukaber
Jabel Mukaber + Beit Hanina
Ras al-Amud + Beit Hanina
The Old City + Shu’afat (not the Refugee Camp)
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