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    • zionist forever
    • 24.10.13 | 18:45 (IDT)

    Its not just the right who want the ILLEGAL infiltraaitors out the left also agree something must be done. Other than the fact they are not Jewish so have no right to be here anyway they do eat into the Jewish majority and use up recources. The use limited rescources. There kids go to school not enough places so the solution is to increase class sizes and so Israeli children suffer. What about when these people get sick, they need to go to hospital but as they pay no taxes they have no insurance and they cannot afford to pay for expensive treatment so the hospital looses money so they can't spend as much on equipment so we all suffer as a result. They devalue property prices because nobody wants to live in a neighborhood full of these people so prices go down. Areas like South Tel Aviv could be renovated made into an area for families but the infiltraitors make it an area where people are afraid to step out their front doors. Being Jewish doesn't mean have to take in every third world hard luck case. They don't belong here, we don't want them so we shouldn't have to take them and striking down the law to detain them for 3 years was disgusting, during the planning stages courts never seemed to worry about its legality, they atourney general certainly never questioned it and only at the home stretch did the left wing courts cave in on a petition from NGOS who champion the illegals. I just hope the government can draft a new law which will permit them to be detained and deported ASAP and that the courts will listen to the will of the people not the will of the people who entered this coutnry illegally and are unwanted by the general public

    from the article: Why Israel's right fears the non-Jewish refugees
    First published 09:43 24.10.13 | Last updated 09:43 24.10.13
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