Earlier, mortar shells were fired into Israeli territory in apparent spillover from Syria war.12:12 13.10.15 | 0 comments
The polls say two thirds of Israelis want them gone, the government said that the protests won't change anything with regard to policy.. The Africans don't have a right to vote so it doesn't matter how much they protest government can ignore them. They have no Histadrut represent ion so if they take to much time off work to go protest they will be fired and somebody else found to wash the dishes in the restraints.They are not Jewish, they are not essential workers, their presence spoils neighbourhoods and so the public are not interested in treating them as human beings they want them gone and the more they protect for rights the more they anger people. A large percentage of those who are willing to let them stay want them in Holot out of site out of mind. The government doesn't have to listen to the will of the Africans and doesn't because the government answers to the voters not illegal infiltrators.