Overturn the Infiltration Law
The 2012 law allows asylum seekers to be jailed for an unlimited period of time. It violates not only Israeli and international law, but also the principles of justice and morality.
On Sunday, the High Court of Justice will hear a petition against the so-called Infiltration Law, enacted in 2012. This law, one of the rotten fruits of the last Knesset, is a stain on Israel’s law books. It allows asylum seekers to be jailed for an unlimited period of time, when their only crime is that they can’t be deported from Israel due to the dangers they face in their country of origin.