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    • Rinah
    • 27.09.12 | 07:33 (IST)

    It is of great concern to me what is going on within the African American community in Dimona (the Hebrews as they call themselves). They are harboring illegals there. Recently met a couple who came to Israel, via Kiev (the security is very lax there they say; this alerted me - why would someone choose to enter Israel where the security is lax?) They don't have a forwarding or return ticket to the US - I saw it as I didn't believe it; How is this possible? Is this the "Hebrews" pattern of bringing in people? The husband appers to be Islamist (he travels with a tallit, but I believe it's a front; it is poular for young African Americans to be Islamist; they are mostly recruited in prison). I AM A VERY CONCERNED CITIZEN. May this matter be investigated and soon. May Hashem protect Israel.

    from the article: Israel's Interior Minister: All African migrants should be jailed
    First published 10:35 16.05.12 | Last updated 10:35 16.05.12
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