Israel Denied Asylum Requests to Applicants Who Didn't Bring Interpreter at Own Expense

The state told asylum seekers their interview will be held in English if they don't bring an interpreter, thereby breaking international law and its own protocol

Lee Yaron
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Asylum seekers stand in line in front of the office of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Tel Aviv.
Asylum seekers stand in line in front of the office of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Tel Aviv.Credit: Moti Milrod
Lee Yaron

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