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The state is largely not detaining or deporting African migrants at the moment.
Rather, it appears to be attempting to ignore their existence and potential refugee rights.
Currently, many of the complaints regarding mistreatment of migrants in detention are serious, but the volume of those facing these issues are smaller than in the recent past.
The Congolose have lived in Israel some 15 years.
Several Israelis attending the protest said it was inhumane to send "the refugees back to the horrors they ran from."
By ILANIT CHERNICK
In a letter to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Litzman rejected the doctors’ claim that sending the migrants home was “among the most serious harms against mankind.”
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
The civilian inspectors will exclusively work for two years to identify and expel approximately 38,000 Eritrean and Sudanese asylum seekers.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Red paint was splattered across the doorway to the downtown Tel Aviv office with notes that read “It will not pass quietly, it’s only the beginning,” and “Their blood is on your hands."
"We Jews know far too well what happens when the world closes its doors to those forced to flee their homes.”
"We are witnessing an unprecedented wave of protest by citizens from all walks of life."
Demonizing Israel’s 36,000 African asylum seekers and expelling them doesn’t behoove a Jewish state, created as a refuge for Jews who have been called “dirty,” “sneaky,” “filthy,” undesirable.”
By GIL TROY
The ADL and HIAS say the plan to pay countries to take African migrants betrays Jewish values.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
American-Jews quiestion the recent change in Israeli policy regarding Africans seeking to build a life in the Jewish state.
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