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Originally posted by bluemirage5
reply to post by MI5edtoDeath
Your post is pretty much correct.
What concerns me is the large black market arms trade throughout Africa and there's ALWAYS a handful of renegade Israelis involved as well as Americans and Russians selling weaponry to both sides.
Originally posted by Viking9019
The Africans there have been causing a large portion of the crime there so i'm guessing this is their answer to stop it.
“This thread is not about WW2 and the Holocaust”
“Let's get one thing very clear......
these Africans are technically NOT illegal infiltrators because the Israeli Govt allowed them in to Isreal. This is what most people outside of Israel don't know about. “
“There is a proper and decent way of dealing with these people; fact is the Israelis don't like them because they are BLACK......not so much because they are not Jewish. There are thousands of REAL illegal immigrants in Israel working right now but the Israelis don't say a word because they are WHITE Caucasians from Romania & Russia - they are the white sex slaves.”
Originally posted by bluemirage5
reply to post by Rosha
This thread is not about domestic violence, it's about the African refugees in Israel
(but I'm sorry you have been through what you have)
I'm sorry but there is no God in Africa because the very (Caucasian) people who consider themselves "Godly" are destroying the African nations selling illegal weaponry, using them to test our lethal vaccines, starving them, sucking their natural minerals dry, etc.
If one goes back deep in history of Africa, what is going on there goes against the grain of what they used to be all about.edit on 31-5-2012 by bluemirage5 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by gravitational
"Deputy Police Commissioner Gary Burns yesterday said police were concerned by rising levels of violence in the Sudanese community. In the past 16 months, Sudanese people had been involved in 450 offences, resulting in 258 arrests. "This is double the level of offending for the population of the state," he said. “
The only thing worthy coming out of that idiot's mouth is that of detention camps; yes, build them and put them there like all other nations do while they are being processed for residency or deportation.
Under international law, Israel is obliged to respect the right of refugees and settle them if they face genuine persecution, regardless of how they arrive in Israel or whether they have identification. But the policy of mandatory detention for asylum seekers subverts these rights.
My problem is that I have learned from history and believe in the dictum of "never again". The difference between me and Holocaustanists is that I believe this warning from history is relevant to all of humanity while they see it as something exclusive. Concentrating refugees fleeing persecution and natural disasters in special camps for the long term makes me uneasy.
No, it doesnt. Immigrant camps is standard policy that is in place all over the world, and it is in accordance with all the rights of immigrants or asylum seekers. Better than being deported immediately, after all.
Against a background of regular resort to detention of asylum-seekers, this note is submitted both to draw attention to the increasing institutionalization of the practice and to inform more detailed discussion by the Standing Committee of the Executive Committee of the High Commissioner’s Programme on detention practices. It is hoped that the Standing Committee will again take a strong stand on the issue, in particular on the aspect of arbitrariness.
“Deplores that many countries continue routinely to detain asylum-seekers (including minors) on an arbitrary basis, for unduly prolonged periods, without giving them adequate access to UNHCR and to fair procedures for timely review of their detention status; notes that such detention practices are inconsistent with established human rights standards and urges States to explore more actively all feasible alternatives to detention;
“Notes with concern that asylum-seekers detained only because of their illegal entry or presence are often held together with persons detained as common criminals, and reiterates that this is undesirable and must be avoided whenever possible, and that asylum-seekers shall not be located in areas where their physical safety is in danger.” International Protection (A/AC.96/911m, para. 21 (dd) and (ee)), the Executive Committee
Knesset passes bill on prolonged detention of refugees without trial
Despite loud opposition, the amendment to the Prevention of Infiltration Law, which passed with a large majority, would detain asylum seekers for three years without trial, or indefinitely if they come from “enemy” countries like Sudan
The Knesset passed on Monday night an amendment to the Prevention of Infiltration Law, which metes out harsh punishments on Africans seeking refuge in Israel.
The amendment does not distinguish between refugees, unauthorized immigrants or “infiltrators” with intention to harm Israel’s security. In fact, according to the law, even people who are granted refugee status or permanent residency, but entered Israel without permission, will still be considered “infiltrators.”
Article 31 of the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees: Non-penalization, Detention and Protection
1. The Contracting States shall not impose penalties, on
account of their illegal entry or presence, on refugees
who, coming directly from a territory where their life or
freedom was threatened in the sense of Article 1, enter or
are present in their territory without authorization,
provided they present themselves without delay to the
authorities and show good cause for their illegal entry or
2. The Contracting States shall not apply to the
movements of such refugees restrictions other than those
which are necessary and such restrictions shall only be
applied until their status in the country is regularized or
they obtain admission into another country. The
Contracting States shall allow such refugees a reasonable
period and all the necessary facilities to obtain admission
into another country.
Oh yes it does mate. Detention camps for refugees is highly illegal.
There are only a handful of countries, primarily Western, that detain refugees indefinitely on visa violation grounds.