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Illegal African Infiltrators Violate Detention Conditions Again

Illegal African infiltrators continued to violate the terms of their administration detention Thursday and marched to demonstrate their demand for asylum as refugees, which is not granted to people who leave their home countries simply because they want a better standard of living.

They also demanded the release of other illegal infiltrators who were arrested in Jerusalem on Wednesday after they left the new Holot detention center near Be’er Sheva and stayed away at night.

Police arrested dozens of the protesters and took them back to Holot, where they are required to stay at night and must report during the day, when they are otherwise free to leave.

The influx of the Africans the past few years was a major headache for the government, which did noting to stop them until thousands of them began hanging out in Tel Aviv instead of the Negev. Official sprang into action and built a fence along the Egyptian border that has reduced infiltrations to near zero, but now the country is left with the headache of what to do with the tens of thousands who remain and do not qualify for the status of refugees.

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3 Responses to “Illegal African Infiltrators Violate Detention Conditions Again”

  1. Dump them back on the other side of the fence, and let Egypt handle them. It's Egypt's fault that they were given clear passage in the first place.

  2. Yep, that about covers what I was going to say. Let's face it, even life in an Israel prison is better than what they have at home…so it't on them to go home and improve what is there…in any case, "They must go."

  3. Ron Kall says:

    So why did the Israeli government allow these people to get into Israel in the first place!? Some liberal do gooders in Government!? If the IDF can allow 10,000 infiltrators to cross into Israel, something is seriously wrong! Take them to any of Israels borders and put them out for the giant arab world to absorb!

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