High Court to Israeli NGO: State does not have to address partial acceptance of African migrants
Court strikes down petition by the human rights group We Are Refugees geared at making Israel accept a group of Eritreans that were trapped near its border with Egypt last week, saying it is irrelevant since migrants are no longer there.
The High Court of Justice yesterday struck down a petition by an Israeli human rights group seeking to bring into Israel 21 Eritrean migrants who were trapped for more than a week near Israel’s border with Egypt in Sinai.
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