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Israel cancels expulsions of African migrants

28 April 2018, 03:05 | Tara Lloyd

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According to Aljazeera, Israel faced fierce criticism from human rights groups for seeking to forcibly deporting tens of thousands of mostly African asylum seekers.

"Amnesty International will keep monitoring Israel's deportations of Eritrean and Sudanese asylum-seekers closely".

"At this stage, the possibility of carrying out an unwilling deportation to a third country is not on the agenda", the government wrote in a response to Israel's Supreme Court, which has been examining the case. The government says they are job seekers and that it has every right to protect its borders.

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"Many of us have heard in recent months from constituents who care deeply about Israel and who are also gravely concerned with the respect to the future of the approximately 38,000 asylum seekers living in the Jewish state", the letter said. "I am used to the place", said Ristom Haliesilase, a 34-year-old Eritrean who lives in Tel Aviv, working as a carer for the elderly. The plan had sparked widespread global condemnation and protests inside Israel.

Uganda recently backtracked on a deal with Israel to absorb several thousand migrants following days of negotiations in Kampala. Few weeks ago, Israel pulled out of a United Nations -backed relocation plan and continued with arrangements to relocate the migrants to Uganda against their will.

While opposition MKs welcomed the collapse of the deportation program, Jewish Home leader Naftali Bennett said he "welcomed" the prime minister's plan to reopen the detention centers.

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Israel is still conducting what it calls "voluntary" deportations, though in reality there is nothing voluntary about them.

Israel has struggled with what to do with those already in the country, alternating between plans to jail and deport them and allowing them to work in menial jobs.

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