the only ones who want them are a small number of do gooders & companies who want to exploit them - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • zionist forever
    • 21.02.14 | 16:22 (IST)

    The majority of the general public want them gone as does the government. The UN can moan and the infiltrators can protest as much as they want but neither will affect government policy because neither are voters and all that matters is the wishes of the voters. I certainly don't see what the are moaning about Holot for considering they get fed, a bed, entertainment and even spending money for doing nothing, Holot is an open facility so they can come and go in the day. Compare that to the outside. They live in tiny squalid apartments with about 4-5 other families., companies are not allowed to employ them but those that do employ them for exploitation. - bellow minimum wage earning, no employment rights very hard work. Holot is a palace compared to that. or they could take $1500 cash in hand and go to Uganda.

    from the article: A morally disgraceful government
    First published 08:00 21.02.14 | Last updated 19:19 20.02.14
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