Deporting Eritreans to a third country will not absolve Israel of responsibility
The agreement with an African country to take in Eritrean migrants only emphasizes the need for the High Court of Justice to overturn the law that allows imprisonment of asylum seekers.
Like a magician pulling a rabbit out of his hat, the state's representative pulled out a new claim Sunday in the High Court of Justice during the hearing on the petition against the "Infiltration Law." The state said Israel had reached an agreement with an African country to take in the Eritrean citizens who have arrived in Israel.
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