18 November 2018
THE NEW OBSERVER — The Israeli government is set to ratify a proposal by Interior Minister Aryeh Deri and Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan at this weekend’s cabinet meeting which will close the Holot detention center, expel all the Africans who have invaded that country within four months — and jail any who refuse to leave.
The far-reaching measure, designed to finally bring an end to the invasion of Israel by fake refugees has already been condemned by the United Nations’ High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) which said that it was “seriously concerned by the Israeli plan to deport African migrants.”
The plan — which will be voted on during the cabinet meeting set for Sunday November 19 — will close the southern Israeli Holot detention center within four months, in anticipation of “large-scale” deportations. Those who refuse deportation will be jailed.
In a statement, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees said it was “seriously concerned by proposals announced yesterday… Under these proposals, Eritreans and Sudanese asylum-seekers and refugees would be compelled to accept relocation to countries in Africa or face imprisonment in Israel.”