Israel's High Court orders state to justify law against 'infiltrators'
Supreme Court president issues conditional order that requires the state to explain why the Law for the Prevention of Infiltration shouldn't be repealed; legislation allows the state to incarcerate migrants – without differentiating between asylum seekers, refugees and illegal immigrants – for three years or longer.
Israel's High Court of Justice announced on Tuesday that it would issue an order nisi, a conditional order, against the application of Israel's Law for the Prevention of Infiltration meant to crack down on asylum seekers.
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