According to the article and the photo above:
A leaflet advertising a cleaning service has caused an online uproar on Friday, as it appeared to offer varying rates according to the ethnicity of the cleaner.That price list is obviously in need of finer tuning. Because, Irena*, that darn DNA test I went through indicated that I have some North African blood in my old veins. So, while formally qualifying for the highest rank of "an eastern European cleaner with Israeli citizenship", I cannot in clear consciousness demand this wage due to the blemish in my blood.
According to the leaflet, a photo of which was posted on Facebook by Israeli journalist and blogger Tal Schneider, the rate for hiring an African cleaning woman was 49 shekels an hour ($12.6), while a cleaner from eastern Europe was slightly costlier at 52 shekels ($13.4).
Most expensive was an eastern European cleaner with Israeli citizenship, costing 69 shekels an hour ($17.7).
What am I to do now?
(*)The leaflet indicated no company name but only gave the phone number for someone called Irena.