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I mellomtidstiden hadde man ikke skrupler med å skyfle mennesker i titusentall over landegrensene. Mens Europa debatterer hva man skal gjøre er det andre som handler. Saudi-Arabia har nylig deportert 120.000 etiopere: De samlet dem sammen, slo piggtråd rundt og ba Etiopia komme og hente dem. europeanguardian.com

It should be noted that Saudi Arabia just deported 120,000 illegal aliens from Ethiopia in one month’s time. They simply rounded them up, fenced them in, and forced Ethiopia to come get them at their own expense.

Saudi-Arabia kan gjøre det for verdenssamfunnet venter seg ikke stort av kongedømmet. Men verdenssamfunnet burde begynne å følge bedre med. Saudi-Arabia behandler ikke bare fremmede «lousy», det fører også en skitten krig i nabolandet Jemen. Hvis det kan skyve 120.000 mennesker over grensen uten at noen knyr, er det mye annet det også kan gjøre.

Israel derimot følges med falkeblikk. Israel har også fått et stort problem med ikke-jødiske asylsøkere. Nå forsøker Israel å sende en del av dem til Sverige. Sverige risikerer å bli dumpingplass for asylsøkere over hele Europa. Det kan bli en dyr fornøyelse.

Israel is transporting an undisclosed number of Africans to Sweden in a deal brokered by the UN. “Dozens” have already arrived in Sweden. Each is given a $3,500 “grant” by Israel.

Swedes, who already face massive immigration problems, fear that this will only be the tip of the iceberg.

 

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Israel kan ikke deportere noen uten at verdenspressen får det med seg.

As a strike by tens of thousands of African asylum seekers against Israel’s migration policies entered its third day on Tuesday, Interior Minister Gideon Sa’ar announced that dozens of Eritrean asylum seekers had left Israel voluntarily in recent weeks for Sweden.

The announcement did not specify the number of those who had left for Sweden. The majority were apparently women, many of whom had been victims of torture and human trafficking and who had been imprisoned in Israel for a long time.

Sweden agreed to take them in response to a special request by the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and to include them in a resettlement plan, due to their special circumstances.

Tens of thousands of migrants stayed away from work Tuesday, as the strike went into its third day. Many of them gathered at Levinsky Park, in south Tel Aviv, to discuss their future action. Among the moves considered were marching toward Jerusalem, Saharonim prison and the Holot detention center in the Negev.

The protest leaders have scheduled a press conference for Tuesday afternoon, during which they are expected to announce what further steps will be taken.

The Interior Ministry said the migrants left for Sweden in the context of a government incentive scheme and were granted $3,500 each upon departure. They are encouraged to leave Israel voluntarily and to promise not to return.(Ha’aretz)