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.”
“In light of the intention to see the departure of infiltrators on a large scale to third countries, we may reconsider the need for the continued existence of the Holot facility, as the infiltrators’ departure could come directly from city centers to the third countries,” a government spokesman was quoted as saying.
Ministers suggested keeping Holot open for another four months, after which it would close unless ministers sign another extension.
In August, the High Court of Justice approved the expulsion policy, but also ruled that Israeli authorities had to first ensure that the countries to which invaders were being deported were “safe.”
Though the state hasn’t named the third countries, they have been identified in media reports as Rwanda and Uganda.
The Population and Immigration Authority says over 40,000 illegal African invaders were residing in Israel as of 2016, almost all from Eritrea and Sudan.
Israeli officials have correctly identified them as economic migrants, and have resisted calls to recognize them as refugees.
In addition, the Israeli government has also announced that the presence of such a large number of non-Jews is a “threat to the Jewish identity” of the state, a reason also given by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as to why the Jewish ethnostate would not take in any Syrian “refugees.”
The entirely sensible, justified and morally correct Israeli policy, which is designed to preserve Israel as a racially Jewish state, is in stark contrast to the policies which the Israel-supporting international Jewish lobby demands of all white European states.
In the latter countries, the Israel-supporting Jewish lobbies are at the forefront of demanding more “refugees” and are constantly agitating against any group, party, or individual who dares to put forward a policy designed to preserve their nation in the way that Israel takes steps to preserve itself.
The message is clear: the Jewish lobby wants the right to preserve Israel as a Jews-only homeland, but seeks to deny all Europeans that same right. This, despite the fact that all nations, and all peoples—the Jews included—have a natural and intrinsic right to preserve their identity and heritage.
But it is one rule for the Jews, and another for the non-Jews—and the real reason why Israel’s racially-based immigration and refugee policies are never publicized by their controlled media outlets directed at the non-Jews of America and Europe.