‘Remember You Were Strangers’: Ultra-Orthodox Jews Step in to Help Asylum Seekers in Israel
The group Ultra-Orthodox Against the Deportation sees it as a religious duty to aid the Eritreans and Sudanese in Israel, and is working to improve conditions in a squalid area where migrants wait for the authorities to decide their fate
For months, Faigy Lifshitz parked her car at the supermarket near her Bnei Brak home, completely unaware that, just steps away, thousands of African asylum seekers stood for hours in the sun and rain to apply...
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