A pinch of satisfaction:
Following Walla Real Estate's publication on Tuesday of last week (1/31) about the double tragedy faced by the Morley family with the blessed children - who lost their 14-year-old son Asher in the brutal attack in Neve Ya'akov, and at the same time were also asked to face a procedure Moving forward to eviction from the house they live in and is owned by the Jerusalem Municipality - the family from Neve Ya'akov received a request in recent days from the professional and welfare authorities at the Ministry of Construction and Housing, with the aim of helping the grieving parents submit an application for public housing which, it seems, will be answered positively in light of their situation. The
parents, Chaya-Mushka and Aharon Natan Morli, Together with their seven children, they are grieving in their modest 50 square meter home for the death of their son and their eldest brother, Asher, who was only 14 years old and was among the seven murdered in the cursed attack in Neve Ya'akov.
The late Asher Natan Marli, the 14-year-old boy who was murdered in the attack in Neve Ya'akov (photo: Walla! system, no credit)
We will remind you that due to their difficult economic situation, the electricity supply to their home was cut off for about half an hour during Shava, after the meter they use to pay ran out.
We note that the debt with the electric company was finally settled.
The Jerusalem Municipality said that the municipal welfare officials accompany the family in their difficult time and help them as much as necessary.
The Jerusalem Municipality stated
that the municipal welfare officials accompany the family in their difficult time and help them as much as necessary.