Israel’s plans to deport all 40,000 African invaders pretending to be refugees in that country may have hit a major hitch after both Uganda and Rwanda—the two nations identified as the dumping ground for the Jewish state’s unwanted blacks—have denied signing any agreement on the matter.
According to a report in the Kenyan East African newspaper, Rwanda and Uganda, which had offered to settle African refugees in Israel, have now backtracked on the matter, with government ministers even denying that their nations had agreed to the plan at all.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said the plan to expel the Africans is “already underway,” and the invaders—who are called “infiltrators” in Israel—have been given 90 days to “agree” to be removed or be jailed.
Now however, Uganda’s State Minister for Foreign Affairs and Co-operation, Henry Okello said that they are “baffled” by reports of the deal to accept thousands of African migrants being expelled from Israel.
Okello told Uganda’s Daily Monitor that “We have no agreement with the Israeli government to send refugees from other countries that are in Israel to Uganda. We are baffled with the reports.
“We have no partnership agreement with the government of Israel, ask them (Israel) to explain how they reached that decision.”
“There is no written agreement or any form of agreement between the government of Uganda and Israeli government to accept refugees from Israel,” Oryem told Reuters in a later interview.
“Any suggestion to the contrary was fake news … absolute rubbish,” he added.
In addition, the Rwandan deputy Foreign Minister, Olivier Nduhungirehe, told the Associated Press that his country has never reached any agreement with Israel on hosting asylum seekers.
“#Rwanda has no deal whatsoever with #Israel to host any African migrant from that country,” Rwanda’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Olivier Nduhungirehe, tweeted on his account, before confirming to the Associated Press that his country has never reached any agreement with Israel on taking in the any “refugees.”
According to the original plan, Rwanda was set to receive at least 10,000 of the deportees, each paid between $3,500 and $5,000 to leave. The recipient governments were supposed to receive $5,000 per head that they took in.
When questioned about the deportation, Israel’s director of the ministry’s Population Registry and Status Department, Amos Arbel, asked “Do you want half of Africa coming here?”
Arbel said that as far as the ministry was concerned, Kimani was not Jewish: “Sorry to say this, but for us he is a goy from Kenya.”