Israel Speeds up Deportations After Attacks on Refugees
Israeli's prime minister has ordered the "swift deportation" of 25,000 so-called illegal immigrants after attacks in Tel Aviv, while the government is speeding up the building of a detention centre in the Negev desert to accommodate refugees who cannot be deported.
Israelis Attack Africans
IPS, 9 June 2012
It's Saturday night in south Tel Aviv. Amine Zegata, a 36-year-old refugee from Eritrea is reopening the small bar he owns in the HaTikva neighbourhood. The pub was closed after… Read more »
Protests by African asylum seekers in Israel are growing, in the face of increasingly tough policies by the Israelis.
Thousands of Refugees in Israel Face Expulsion
IPS, 19 March 2012
Thousands of African refugees in Israel face expulsion to dangerous conditions in their countries of origin as Israel hardens its policies. The refugees are increasingly turning to… Read more »
The Israeli Direction Towards Africa Is It a Target to Sudan?
SNA, 3 January 2012
The prospective visit of the Israeli prime minister , Netanyahu to Republic of South Sudan and to East of Africa have a strategic, political, economical and military aspirations ,… Read more »
Israel Hopes to Block Inflow of Illegal Africans
The Moment, 12 December 2011
THE Israeli cabinet has voted unanimously to finance a $160 million programme to stanch the flow of illegal African migrants by stepping up construction of a border fence and… Read more »
Israel PM Plans Trip Over Migrant Issue
RNW Africa, 11 December 2011
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will visit Africa to discuss illegal migration from the continent to the Jewish state, he said on Sunday, as his cabinet approved new… Read more »
Citizens Flee From Dictatorship to Detention
IPS, 30 November 2011
Standing across the street from the American embassy in Tel Aviv, more than 200 Eritrean asylum seekers chanted "Yes to justice! Yes to humanity!", and demanded international… Read more »
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