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September 20, 2014 / 25 Elul, 5774
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Netanyahu Says Illegal Infiltrators’ Protests Won’t Help Them

Monday, January 6th, 2014

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.

Illegal African Infiltrators Violate Detention Conditions Again

Thursday, December 19th, 2013

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.

Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/illegal-african-infiltrators-violate-detention-conditions-again/2013/12/19/

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