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In order to keep operating until the end of the year, the organization said it has to fill a gap of $185 million.
Pro-migrant groups, including the UN, have said Eritreans cannot safely be sent back to Eritrea for fear of persecution under the country’s draconian draft laws.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
The migrant issue continues to ravage and divide south Tel Aviv. Is there hope for the future?
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Last month, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu canceled an agreement he had made with the Officer of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, which he had advocated less than 24 hours before.
With some 38,000 asylum seekers in Israel, the agreement with Uganda to accept 500 amounts to a drop in the ocean, and the government plan for mass deportations is on hold.
By MARK WEISS
“All of these steps can change the current pattern."
By GIL HOFFMAN
Representatives dodge questions as to whether there’s an agreement, admit 1,749 expelled there since 2015.
The Netanyahu who this week zigzagged the way one may when chased by a crocodile, is the same one who reversed his own government’s decision to accommodate non-Orthodox prayers at the Western Wall.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
By MAX SCHINDLER
"[Passover] its not only a holiday that celebrates freedom of Jews from slavery but also recognition that Jews were refugees from Egypt seeking a better home in Israel.”
By DANIEL J. ROTH
We pray it will work out, but what we’re told today could change tomorrow.
By ILANIT CHERNICK
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