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Eritrean people never fled because of the war with Ethiopia

Eritrean asylum seekers in Israel and around the world didn’t flee our country because of war with Ethiopia; we Eritreans fled our beloved home because of the tyrant, Isaias Afewerki.

Eritrean migrants in Israel

Return to Eritrea is long overdue

I fully endorse the argument that Israel should not forcefully deport any person to a place that poses danger.

UNGA elects more human rights violators to U.N. Human Rights Council

U.N. Human Rights Council accepts Cameroon as a new member, despite President Paul Biya ruling the country since 1982.

African refugees hold up placades during a demonstatration on the streets of Tel Aviv, Israel

The last hurrah for proponents of deportation?

During the first three months of the year, public opposition to forced deportation snowballed as extensive media coverage of the issue enabled Israelis to become more aware.

ETHIOPIA’S PRIME Minister Abiy Ahmed and Eritrean President Isaias Afwerk embrace at the declaration

Eritrea and Ethiopia: A peace deal or tactical alliance?

This, coupled with the ongoing ethnic conflicts in different regions, has left the Ethiopian situation very complicated and unpredictable.

15,000 protest deportation of asylum seekers in Tel Aviv

Among the slogans: "Money for the neighborhoods — not for another Holot [Detention Center]" and "No expulsion, no Holot — rebuild the neighborhoods."

Sudanese and Eritrean immigrants protesting

Israeli Court: Flight from Eritrean army is basis for refugee status

Under the Refugee Convention, which Israel is a party to, persons who cannot return to their country of origin because of threat of persecution must be granted refugee status.

South Tel Aviv residents show mixed emotions about African refugee crisis

‘They will get killed if they go to Rwanda, so instead the government should spread them around the country,’ says lifelong resident.

A Jewish cemetery (illustrative)

Gravestones vandalized in Jewish cemetery in Eritrea

There are about 150 people buried in the cemetery.

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