Israel Still Deporting Africans to Uganda, Reveals Amnesty International

Even though the Israeli plan to forcibly mass deport all African invaders in that country back to Africa—or to white countries—is on hold, the Jewish ethnostate continues to deport blacks to Uganda, regardless of their nationality, and these deportations are not truly “voluntary,” a new report from Amnesty International has revealed.

The report, titled “Forced And Unlawful Israel’s Deportation of Eritrean and Sudanese Asylumseekers to Uganda,” says that between 2015 and March 2018, Israel deported 1,700 Sudanese and Eritreans to Uganda.

“Upon arrival in Uganda, deportees find a shambolic reception, which leaves them without papers, without protection and without sustainable resources,” the report continues.

“This pushes many to continue their journeys to other African countries or to Europe.”

This report says that “Israel’s deportations to Uganda violate Israel’s obligations under international law. Israel’s deportation policy is a way to abdicate its responsibility towards the refugees and asylum-seekers under its jurisdiction and shift it to less wealthy countries with bigger refugee populations.”

In January 2018, the Israeli government launched a new Procedure for Deportation to Third Countries, under which Sudanese and Eritrean single men who had not applied for asylum by the end of 2017 (or whose request was denied) would be deported to a “third country” in Africa, the report says.

“According to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the measure was the third stage of Israel’s policy towards ‘infiltrators,’ the term used in Israeli law to describe irregular migrants. The first stage (2006-2012) consisted of physically blocking their entry with a tall razor-wire fence along the border with Egypt; and the second stage (20132017) involved transferring them to their country or origin or a ‘third country’ on a ‘voluntary’ basis.

“In April 2018, the Israeli government admitted that the ‘third country,’ Rwanda, had refused to accept deportations and announced the end of its deportation policy and a new solutions agreement with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), involving some 33,000 people.

“Less than 24 hours later, however, the government cancelled the agreement with UNHCR, before rushing to reassure the Supreme Court that a deportation deal with a second ‘third country’ (Uganda) was still valid.

“Despite these reassurances, the government was unable to show the Court a written deal with an African country accepting deportations.





“On 15 April, the Supreme Court ordered the suspension of the deportation plan and the release of all Eritrean and Sudanese asylum-seekers detained awaiting deportation.”

The deportations to African third countries are currently thus suspended, the report continues, but “Israel and Uganda are still negotiating a possible agreement for the transfer of Sudanese and Eritrean nationals,” the report continues, adding that “Crucially, the ‘voluntary’ transfers, which Israel has been carrying out since 2013, continue.”

 The report reveals that these “voluntary transfers” are not “voluntary” at all.

“No matter the language used by the Israeli government, the transfers of Eritrean and Sudanese nationals to Uganda are not truly voluntary: they are not based on the free and informed consent of the individual concerned,” the report says.

“Up to April 2018, the Israeli authorities used indefinite detention (or its threat) as the main tool to effectively force Eritrean and Sudanese nationals to leave Israel.

“The chances of finding protection in Israel are effectively close to zero. Israel’s asylum system creates obstacles to submitting asylum claims; handles them excruciatingly slowly; or rejects them after an unfair and deeply flawed process.

“The refusal of the Israeli authorities to officially name the countries the deportees are sent to—and the failure to keep promises as to the treatment they will receive upon arrival—speak volumes as to the scant and misleading information the deportees are provided before leaving Israel.”

* In America (and all other European nations), the Jewish lobby is at the forefront of demanding that whites accept all manner of Third World immigrants—while at the same time fanatically supporting Israel’s right to keep Third Worlders out, by force if necessary.

Perhaps the most prominent example is the Anti-Defamation League, which is vociferous in supporting the Third World invasion of America, but also supports xenophobic Israel.


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2 Comments

  1. Can’t knock Israel for this, I wish the UK had a similar arrangement with some scum hole country to get rid of its 3rd world invaders.

    1. Really? While Israel is our biggest recepient of aid and jews promote open borders in America? Whats wrong with you?

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