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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 deal Israel hammered out with the UN was a good deal, even if it was only half a deal. No deal is perfect.
By MICAH HALPERN
Did Netanyahu really believe he could get away with the agreement he reached with the UN secretly, without informing most of his coalition partners?
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
The outcry from so many in civil society was across the political and religious spectrum.
By SUSAN SILVERMAN
Israel had the right to build a fence along its Egyptian border.
By SHELDON GELLAR
Mayors would do well to explain to the government why integration is not only a moral imperative, but a practical one too.
By TAL HARRIS
It is clear that the growing public opposition to the government plan is based on firm principles.
By GILAD KARIV
The lies around this affair go beyond the basic facts of the situation.
By DOUGLAS ALTABEF
Deporting people against their will to the countries they escaped from evokes strong and disturbing recollections of dark episodes in Jewish history.
By YUVAL SHANY,ALONA VINOGRAD
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
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