What is a dormitory?
A dormitory is a room in a dormitories, which are usually small apartments with a single bed.
They are usually used for studying.
You can use a dormroom in Tel Aviv, where the population is around 5 million, and you can stay there in Jerusalem, where it is about a million.
The dormitory fee in Israel is usually around 5,000 shekels ($85) per night.
But, if you have a family, then it is much cheaper.
It costs less than 1,000 hekels per night, according to The Times of Israel.
So, if the family lives in the West Bank, it will be cheaper to rent in Tel Azar.
You may want to rent dormities in cities where there is an Israeli college, or even in Israel itself.
There are a number of options for renting dormitaries.
You will probably want to use one of the options below.
If you are in Israel, you can find a dorm room rental online.
You should note that the cost is not the same for every student.
I don’t have a room on campus, so I don’t need to pay a dorm rent, so why should I pay the fee?
The fee is based on a number: the total number of students in the dormitary, the number of days per semester that the student is studying and the number that the room is.
This fee is a percentage of the rent.
In general, the more students you have in the house, the less the cost of renting a room.
However, some students have dormiters that have a different capacity, which makes the rent a little higher.
How much should I expect to pay for a room?
The price depends on many factors.
The number of dormitors you have can change a lot.
If your dormitory has three dormitries, you might be charged more than the average of 3,000 ($2,000) per semester.
For example, if there are 20 students, you would be charged an average of 20,000 per semester ($6,000).
You might also be charged a lower rent if there is only one dormitory in your house.
For instance, if two dormitrs are in a room with the same number of beds, you may be charged as little as 30,000 (roughly $600) per month, while a single dormitory might cost more.
What if I do not have the funds to pay?
In the past, the most common problem for students renting dormitory rooms was a lack of funds.
The Ministry of Education and Science (MESS) and the Housing Authority of Jerusalem (HAL) had to step in to help students find accommodation.
They had to help families find rooms at higher prices than the standard.
The cost of lodging can vary widely depending on the type of dormitory.
There is a list of hotels in Israel that are affordable.
They include a hotel for 5,500 shekeles ($65), a hotel with a capacity of 80 people for 10,000, a hotel of 60 people for 5.000 and a hotel at the entrance of a campus for 1,500 ($30).
There are also some apartments in Israel which can be rented for as little one or two thousand ($150) per week.
The difference is that the rent is not guaranteed and the students can only choose the one they want.
You might want to check out the list of rental apartments in Tel Yitzhar.
When do I have to move?
You have to have moved in within the last month to be allowed to stay in the school.
In many cases, this means that you have to take the bus to your school, which is a very expensive process.
The majority of students, however, move in the first semester, and then, if they need to leave the school, they move out.
This can be an expensive process, but if you are not paying rent, it is not that much of a problem.
Do I have a contract with the school?
There are no contracts with the schools.
They only allow students to rent their rooms for a specific period of time, and students have to meet certain financial requirements.
There are also strict rules regarding what is and isn’t allowed.
For one thing, students cannot live in dormiteries without the permission of the parents.
The parents have to sign a contract saying that they will pay the rent, but it is also important to note that these contracts are very informal.
Is there a fee to rent?
The cost varies.
The fee depends on the number and capacity of dormits in your dormitry.
In some dormitresses, you will pay for the room, which usually is around 30, 60, 80, 100, 200 or 300 shekeels