Skip to comments.Who is paying to keep infiltrators in Tel Aviv?
Posted on 09/04/2017 2:28:15 AM PDT by Eleutheria5
A new report released by the Im Tirtzu organization has revealed that legal efforts to maintain the illegal immigrant community in south Tel Aviv and bar government attempts to deport infiltrators are being bankrolled in large part by the United Nations.
Tens of thousands of illegal immigrants crossed into Israel over the past decade via the southern border with Egypt. Most of the infiltrators originated in Eritrea, Sudan, Somalia, and other countries in northeastern Africa.
Following the construction of the border fence along the Israeli-Egyptian frontier, illegal border crossings plummeted by more than 99% - but only after some 60,000 illegal immigrants entered Israel prior to the construction of the fence in 2012.
Alongside the successful effort to halt illegal immigration into Israel, the Netanyahu government has sought to detain illegal immigrants away from major population centers, then repatriate them to their countries of origin, or to resettle them in other countries willing to accept them.
These efforts, however, have been hampered by a series of court rulings, including decisions by Israels Supreme Court.
(Excerpt) Read more at israelnationalnews.com ...
This, however, is naked internationalist imperialism.
At least the old-time imperialism was carried out for some hope of profit. This, however, is pure venom and spite.
Royals of qutar or saud
Here in the USA we fund our own demise. Israel forces others to fund their demise. Two systems ... lol
Moslem suicide bombers.
This one is easily solvable.
The Anglosphere, Israel, and the newly minted democracies of Eastern Europe should withdraw from the UN. Bereft of the moral authority and financial heft of the west, the UN would collapse in months.
Soros has his hand in all of this.
He undermines countries through through creating, bankrolling and directing NGOs to work to destroy many countries around the world.
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