No Work, No Money, No Hope: Deportees Bemoan Life Back in South Sudan

Last year, Israel repatriated hundreds of migrants despite warnings from humanitarian groups that their lives would be put in danger.

A little over a year ago, Israel deported some 1,000 South Sudanese nationals back to their homeland. At the time Israel declared that their lives were no longer in danger and put them on flights to Juba, the capital of the new country. A year after their return, many of the deportees are caught in a day-to-day struggle for survival. Most of them have no work or home, their access to food...