Skip to comments.An African seeking refuge and understanding finds neither in Israel
Posted on 03/26/2014 5:36:54 PM PDT by B4RanchEdited on 03/26/2014 5:38:30 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
Mutasim Ali, left, seen during a recent protest in Tel Aviv's Lewinsky Park, is the public face of an estimated 55,000-strong African immigrant population that some in Israel wish would quietly disappear.
Mutasim Ali, a spokesman for African immigrants in Israel, has a tale of terror and oppression that many officials don't want to hear.
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He looks like he could be the brother of the muslim animal who butchered the soldier on a street in London last year........
The Naming Committee really blew that one.
I always thought it was considered bad taste to criticize those at whose home you are a guest.
Don’t be surprised if a feral dog sh*** on your carpet if you let him in.
It’s no wonder that the LA Slimes doesn’t do a story about these illegal aliens in Israel, since they LOVE the illegal aliens in the US, so thrashing Israel is just a bonus. They didn’t bother with a story, just some blurbs under photos.
“African migrants sit on top of a Holocaust memorial installation in Rabin Square during a January protest in Tel Aviv.”
I can’t imagine why Israelis would get upset with them?
Ahhhh, doesn’t it just make your heart bleed? The LA Slimes is unhappy with Israels immigration policies. It’s such a bummer that the Slimes can’t dictate a Sovereign States policies.
Export them to Mexico.
Easy there cowboy, that's tantamount to saying send them here.
With Mexico’s immigration laws they’d never get to sit in the interview chair.
This is like reading Pravda’s reports of the Russian actions in Crimea. It’s pure propaganda meant to blacken the name of Israel. Is LA still in America?
We have tens of thousands of legal African immigrants in Israel, mainly from Ethiopia, who have not be subjected to “terror and oppression” and if they had been, they would have left. Virtually all have settled in and raising their families and we are glad to have them.
We also have illegal infiltrators, a portion of whom are criminals or potential terrorists and they have to be dealt with by the authorities. Some are admitted, some are sent back, and many are stuck here because of legal roadblocks.
They are not going to get legal status simply by showing up. There are laws on immigration. But if they were subjected to “terror and oppression” how come they keep coming and don’t remain in Egypt or go on to Syria.
A newspaper that uses incendiary language without providing facts — what, who, when, how many — is a disgrace.