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Netanyahu Says Illegal Infiltrators’ Protests Won’t Help Them

Sudanese illigeal migrants marching in protest of the new "Holot" detention camp.  Israel is taking care of "true refugees," according to Netanyahu.

Sudanese illigeal migrants marching in protest of the new "Holot" detention camp. Israel is taking care of "true refugees," according to Netanyahu.
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu told the Likud’s Knesset caucus Monday that the protests by illegal African infiltrators “won’t help them [because] we are determine to deport them and all of those who succeeded to infiltrate.

Without referring directly to the United Nations, which has sharply criticized Israel for not accepting the infiltrators as “refugees,” Netanyahu said that Israel is taking care of those who truly are refugees but in other cases, “We are not talking about refugees. They are illegal infiltrators looking for work.”

With the United Nations and foreign leftists supporting their protests, thousands of African infiltrators took to the streets on the second consecutive day Monday to demonstrate against Israel’s policy to place then in administration detention centers for a year and deport them if they are not proven to be refugees.

One of their claims is that they want to return to their native countries but want their “basic rights” in Israel until they feel they can go back home. They basically are claiming they are “temporary” refugees.”

Although the United Nations, as usual, is targeting Israel, senior Likud Knesset Member Ofir Akunis, who is a deputy minister in the Prime Minister; office, told Channel 2 that the United States and European countries also do not recognize them as refugees.

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10 Responses to “Netanyahu Says Illegal Infiltrators’ Protests Won’t Help Them”

  1. If israel employers stpped hiring illegals of all nations, no problem. Same issue as in USA.

  2. If israel employers stpped hiring illegals of all nations, no problem. Same issue as in USA.

  3. Keep them 'marching' all the way out of Israel; "They Have To Go!"

  4. dana sharon says:

    Give them thier demands as refugees. Israel should remember its history. No more holocust

  5. Yechiel Baum says:

    expelling them all leaves more space for the Jews and use of Jewish funds for the Jews. Let manella and the arabs worry about these illegals.

  6. Yechiel Baum says:

    expelling them all leaves more space for the Jews and use of Jewish funds for the Jews. Let manella and the arabs worry about these illegals.

  7. Yaniv Baron says:

    Can the Jewish Press work on its editing? It's like some kid in high school working on these articles.

  8. Chinese says:

    Yeah. Israel is always bad in all circumstances, UN should get those good and innocent islamic countries to look after those poor refugee, and stop wingding against Israel. day and night, even in its dreams.

  9. Uzi Kattan says:

    More empty promises from Netanyahu's forked tongue. He hasn't done anything to remove the illegal African Muslim invaders and unfortunately he won't do anything but run off his mouth. He is the master of empty talk.

  10. Yechiel Baum says:

    put the on the mavi marara and send them to Turkey in reciprocation to their illegal action so let the turks deal with them as their co-religionists so that is THEIR problem, not an additional Jewish problem.

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