"Deportation of foreign workers children" - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 13.10.09 | 23:14 (IST)

    Shalom! Let's make things clear after all this mouth to mouth spreading of speculations about deportation of children of a foreign workers whatsoever nationalities you are. FIRST: It was clearly stated in the law of Israel that Israel are not some other countries who can provide legal documents (CITIZENSHIP) to a child from a foreign worker either legally working or not. QUESTION: Was this really imposed before? Or just recently because the government of Israel saw the huge volume of foreign workers already and the children? SECONDLY: I agreed to the other contributor who expressly said that: Those parents of the child who are still leaving here in the country should willingly go HOME to her/his origin of country if they are already leaving here ILLEGALLY! Many of this parents are using the welfare of the child as a token of their overstaying here in Israel. Shame to the parents of this children. QUESTION: Your earning for a living to the expense of your child's welfare? Go home!!!

    from the article: Foreign workers' children likely to be deported after school year
    First published 10:04 13.10.09 | Last updated 10:07 13.10.09
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