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    • zionist forever
    • 02.06.13 | 17:54 (IDT)

    There is an average of 15,000 of these people coming every month and most are either economic migrants. If something is not done at this rate they will end up becoming a substantial ethnic group and affecting the Jewish majority. With these people there is also economics involved because we have to actually take care of these people. Some come then they write back home get yourself to Israel its a good place to start over so bring the whole family. Israel cannot be the worlds biggest refugee camp, we need to have a set quota on how many people we will take every year and when that is filled we refuse to take any responsibility for others. We need to have the police round these people up en masse investigate them. Are they here on valid permits which are still in order they are released, if the permits have expired we deport them straight away. If they are economic migrants who came here illegally we deport them straight away. If they are legitimate refugee then we create refugee camps that way they have a roof over their head, 3 meals a day and they are not on the streets bothering Israelis ir committing crime. The money given for settlements ( millions on billions ) is used for helping Israeli citizens we do not though have to shell out lots of money to make life better for non Israelis, why should we? Everybody is moaning about the budget I wonder how people would feel if we had to increase taxes even further so we could give millions in aid to non Israeli citizens?

    from the article: Israel reaches deal with third state willing to absorb Eritrean migrants
    First published 16:53 02.06.13 | Last updated 13:12 02.06.13
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