They might be offered incentives to leave such as money and the fact they want out of the Sharonim detention facility but they are not being forciblyly sent back to Eritrea. If they want to stay they can. Right now is looking into 3 options - keep them locked up in Sharonim until its safe to deport them back home, voluntary going home, deportation to a third but safe country. The only the thing we do not have to do is free them from Sharonim and leave them free to make new lives in Israel making future deportation impossible because they will be settled some will have had children etc, as long as they are detained in Sharonim they cannot start new lives and so when its SAFE to send them home we can or to a third country we can. Israel must not become the worlds biggest refugee camp or the promised land for anybody in the third world wanting to make a better life for themselves because living standards back home are low. The only people with a right to move to Israel are Jews, thats the way it is, its the way it always was and its the way it will be in future.
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from the article: Eritreans: 'Voluntary deportations’ from Israel cross red line