Coronavirus forces asylum seekers into 'genuine hunger,' survey concludes, as expert describes a 'severe humanitarian crisis' in south Tel Aviv
Some 10,500 migrant workers and asylum seekers have been vaccinated against the coronavirus in the past two weeks at a Tel Aviv facility, but the Health Ministry is set to limit inoculations there to second doses only
Vaccinations will resume, but from Tuesday on, second jabs only ■ 'The allocations for this population have run out,' Health Ministry says, according to sources
Removal of the UN peacekeeping mission in Darfur is leaving innocent people unprotected and allowing terrorists masquerading as democratic leaders to escalate their murderous tactics
Before reissuing the document, dozens of schools were denoted for ‘the foreign community’ in the field for type of school, alongside state schools, ultra-Orthodox schools and Arab schools
Excitement at the special clinic in south Tel Aviv contrasts with other Israeli vaccine centers right now, where younger citizens are proving reluctant to receive the two shots
The municipality, along with Ichilov hospital, will be vaccinating 2,000 people daily in the city's Neve Sha'anan neighborhood, and stress that those receiving the COVID vaccine will not be checked by Israeli immigration authorities
City issues statement defending decision about ‘illegal infiltrators,’ although those in question have valid residency permits as asylum seekers
City preparing to vaccinate tens of thousands of asylum seekers from Tel Aviv and other cities in dedicated compound that is being set up
The number of attempted entries via the eastern Mediterranean, which mostly involves crossings from Turkey to the Greek islands, dropped by three-quarters, figures show
Population and Immigration Authority head says situation in Sudan is 'unpredictable’ and that deporting asylum seekers is not on the table
Police file indictment against Sheffi Paz and two others, alleging that they broke into a preschool, humiliated children, spray painted hate slogans near schools, and more
A decade-old cabinet decision has forced the city to ban its sanitation contractors from employing asylum seekers as of January 1, potentially leaving them without work or access to unemployment benefits
An Israeli Defense Ministry man paid bribes across Africa, with a nod from his director general • Former ministers and businessmen negotiated with failed states • Some promoted the creation of a refugee militia • A Haaretz investigation reveals the guerrilla diplomacy used to expel people seeking a safe haven in Israel
Following Haaretz’s investigative report on school segregation, the parents have written a letter to the mayor and lambasted the 'black stain on our city’s educational heritage'
Haaretz finds Tel Aviv sends children of asylum seekers and migrant workers to schools renowned for their poor education standards ■ Municipality official defends program: 'color encourages racism'
Two activists went to Tel Aviv's central bus station, where preschool is located, to protest against medical staffers who were there to treat migrants with no legal status in Israel
Plan for Levinsky Park faced opposition from both sides of political barricades, as it would have taken away from the only green area in the neighborhood
Two and a half years after Netanyahu pledged funds to rehabilitate south Tel Aviv, the city receives eight million of a 20 million national budget to resettle asylum seekers in Western countries and other parts of Israel
As war threatens the Horn of Africa, the leader of an Eritrean opposition movement appeals to Israel to take the long-term view, for its own strategic benefit
Petah Tikva signs a deal pledging to 'integrate the children of asylum seekers into educational institutions without separate frameworks for foreign children and Israeli children'
More vulnerable than ever to the malice of those wishing to deport them, asylum seekers in Israel are anxiously following the raids and ethnic cleansing still taking place in Darfur