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The Jerusalem City Housing Authority is taking a leaf out of the American dream by offering up to 30 affordable housing units for the affordable and homeless.

As part of the program, the authority has teamed up with the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Israeli NGO, Tsur Kano, to offer up to 120 affordable housing unit units to the needy.

The program is called the Israel-Palestinian Housing Program (IPHPG).

It is the largest affordable housing program in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

The program is run by the Jerusalem Housing Administration (JHA), which is responsible for managing the city’s housing stock.

The initiative will help alleviate the housing crisis in Jerusalem.

As for the units offered up to the residents, they will be located in three of the largest communities in Jerusalem: the Old City, the Old Pisgat Ze’ev and the Green Line.

The affordable housing is meant to be available to all citizens of Jerusalem, as well as the displaced residents of the city who are displaced from their homes.

These units will be available in a number of locations in the Old Town, Pisgat Neve and Green Line neighborhoods.

The housing units will consist of 3-5 units, and the cost will be set by the municipality.

In addition, there will be a small stipend for each unit.

These stipends will be paid to the applicants in a monthly sum of $50.

The units will have a monthly rent of $1,200 and will be placed in a public building, as per local rules.

According to the program’s website, the apartments will be for people between the ages of 20 and 50.

However, a person with a disability who requires the use of a wheelchair will be able to rent an apartment, as long as the person can provide the housing vouchers for the cost of rent.

In addition, the homes will also be equipped with hot water and electricity, and there will also have a toilet and shower facilities.

Apart from these affordable units, the Housing Authority will also provide a number more affordable housing options to residents who have applied for an exemption from the city-wide minimum residency requirement.

The apartments will also serve as temporary housing for people who are staying with family members or other relatives.

The initiative is also expected to alleviate the shortage of rental housing in the city.

According to a recent report by the Jewish Agency for Israel, Jerusalem’s rental market is expected to reach $3.6 billion in the next two years, according to an Israeli publication.

The housing crisis will be alleviated, as the number of units available to the poor and homeless will be increased.