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Belarus is using refugees for politics. Turkey did the same thing - analysis

Where are the Western asylum-seeking policies set up to help genocide survivors? For Yazidis who suffered genocide in 2014, there is no end in sight, whether in Belarus or elsewhere. 

FIFA says 57 more refugees evacuated from Afghanistan

Last week FIFA said it had worked with the Qatari government to evacuate almost 100 football players and their families from Afghanistan.

By REUTERS
21/10/2021

Israelis secretly evacuated 167 Afghans

Israel secretly evacuated Afghan refugees through Albania, including judges, journalists, law enforcement officers, scientists and more.

Israeli philanthropists help Afghan refugees flee Afghanistan

Afghan Nightmare: As women fear Taliban restrictions, Israeli philanthropists help 41 asylum-seekers reach Abu Dhabi.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
27/09/2021

Euro-Asian Jewish Congress leaders help Afghan refugees find asylum in Canada

Some 40 Afghan residents were granted asylum in Dubai and Canada on September 6.

Israeli philanthropists help dozens flee from Afghanistan to UAE

Israeli philanthropists helped bring 41 asylum seekers fleeing Taliban rule in Afghanistan to Abu Dhabi.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
21/09/2021

US border guard uses whip against Haitian migrants in Texas

The White House condemned the border guard as a video circulating social media showed him threatening migrants with the cords.

By REUTERS
21/09/2021

Collapse of Afghanistan calls back to similar past refugee crises

Whenever large numbers of refugees or asylum seekers, or economic migrants, show up in a new country it is bound to cause tension.

African asylum seekers wait to apply for a visa in Bnei Brak, Israel

Israel's African asylum seekers are living in limbo

Israel's government tends to take a long time processing each individual’s claim for refugee status, and rarely grants it, leaving them stuck in a country with minimal rights and an uncertain future.

By AARON ENGELBERG
19/09/2021

Jewish humanitarian effort slated to launch on Colombia-Venezuela border

NATAN Worldwide Disaster Relief, HIAS and CADENA are slated to collaboratively offer a range of medical, mental health and informational services to refugees fleeing from Venezuela to Colombia.

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