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15 of 49 members of the Congressional Black Caucus have signed the letter, including some who over the years have taken a lead in advancing pro-Israel policies.
The ministry recently announced that married men, women and children will not be subjected to deportation or imprisonment for the time being.
The protestors crowded the streets, holding signs with the statement: "We won't give up on our children's future."
By ELIYAHU KAMISHER
Some in south Tel Aviv see soldiers’ volunteer efforts with immigrants as an affront to the area’s working class Jewish residents.
Mutasim Ali becomes the first Darfuri to attain such status in Israel under the 1951 Refugee Convention.
By BEN HARTMAN
Deputy Defense Minister Eli Ben-Dahan says that such activities “are meant to strengthen the feeling of solidarity in Israeli communities."
Rabbis for Human Rights leads festival of freedom ritual
By JEREMY SHARON
Pro-migrant groups fight for increased oversight of deportations during hearing yesterday
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
The news of the past 14 days.
By STEVE LINDE
A medical clinic in Tel Aviv provides basic treatment free of charge for migrants who have no insurance.
By PAUL ALSTER
With the deal canceled and Israel seemingly stuck now with 40,000 asylum seekers, unrealistic solutions began flowing in from both sides of the refugee matrix.
By IAN JAFFE
The question remains: if the UNHCR deal moves ahead, how should Israel deal with those asylum seekers remaining in Israel?
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