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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Obama paying for African illegals to defecate in Israel's streets, but much of the money is disappearing

In case you're wondering why many Israelis aren't happy about our illegal immigrants, take a close look at the picture in the top left corner of this post. It was taken on the streets of Tel Aviv....

The Israeli web site Kr8 (link in Hebrew) reports that the Obama administration is sending between $1,000 and $2,000 per month per illegal immigrant to Israel via the United Nations. Why this money is being sent via the UN is not clear, but what is clear is that a lot of it is being skimmed off the top. Kr8 reports that Israel is paying NIS 1,500 per month for rent, and approximately NIS 180-200 per month for health insurance. Both items should cost a lot more than that.

Moreover, at current exchange rates, $1,000 is approximately NIS 3,850 and $2,000 is double that. An awful lot of money is disappearing. Where is it going? And why is Israel accepting money from the US (and the UN) rather than stopping the inflow of illegal immigrants?

But it gets worse. Kr8 also reports that American tax free foundations (it names the Ford Foundation but there are presumably others) are donating money to the New Israel Fund, which is organizing the illegals. You know, community organizing. Kr8 goes on to speculate about connections between the Ford Foundation and the CIA, and the possibility that the illegals may be used in the future to foment a rebellion against Israel.

And then there is this from JDL UK:
What is fairly well known is that the police bring the 'refugees' from the Egypt/Israel border, right up, all the way to south Tel Aviv, the central bus station. But that's not all. What else is now coming to light, is that with these funds, these illegals are somehow opening businesses and will soon start their own newspaper!

There is further testimony in the audio interview in which it is alleged government inspectors frequently close down illegal Jewish-owned businesses, but not the illegal businesses belonging to the illegal immigrants.

This financial improbability of all this likely hints towards further sources of funding, which as yet are undetected.
The interview to which he refers is with Meir Turgeman. It's in Hebrew, but I know I have some Israeli readers, so I'm putting a clickable link to it below.

http://www.kr8.co.il/BRPortalStorage/a/28/68/57-DjhUrjLo5p.mp3

Make sure also to check out Pam Geller at Atlas Shrugs, who has much more on this story.

Finally, for those of you who think that those who oppose having the illegals here are racists, we have absorbed thousands of Ethiopian Jews over the last 25 years, and none of us would propose sending them back.

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10 Comments:

At 4:07 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

"A former commander of the Somali Al Qaeda-linked organisation al-Shabab has said that dormant cells in the Netherlands are secretly preparing terrorist attacks. The commander, who left al-Shabab because of a dispute with its leaders, said the militant Islamist group is actively recruiting and training members of the Somali diaspora in the Netherlands, United Kingdom and United States to launch attacks in the countries where they have a residence permit."
You think the goal might be the same in Israel?

 
At 6:10 PM, Blogger Adam Neira said...

Interested readers should research Autralia's policy stance regarding refugee and immigration issues. It is probably best practise in the world. The refugee/illegal immigrant issue in nations relates to the international situation.

Australia has detention facilities, but ideally they would not need to be used. There has to be an orderly process whereby people enter a new land, whether they are tourists, refugees or immigrants. The bigger question is how are the nations of the world going to come together to try and ensure that as many nations as possible have a decent standard of living ? The refugee problem is a warning sign in the global hologram. People will not leave their home nation if they are safe, well fed and have a chance to self actualize. However as history attests revolutionary times invariably lead to large movements of populations.

 
At 6:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Will bring your source to confirm this, liar.

Europe isn't like the USA, it's well able to tackle Al Qaeda, much better than the US, because of it's links to the Muslim communities, which are much stronger than the US's


and the CIA, and the possibility that the illegals may be used in the future to foment a rebellion against Israel.

This is plain riduculous, if Obama want's to do that, why use penniless immingrants from Somalia? Any American president who wants to foment 'rebellion' in the US, only needs to send Messianics from the US. Evangelicals, Baptists etc.

They would be more than happy to 'foment rebellion'.

Sheeeeeeeeesh

 
At 7:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

That Israel brought in Ethiopian Jews hardly proves it's not racist. Those Ethipians were Jews and were brought with the intent to settle, They were not refugees.

Besides, both Russian immigrants (olim) and Ethopians have said they faced discrimination. A lot of the Russian olim who originally came to settle, left Israel in disgust.



As a sign of how petty and meanminded the Israeli right wing are, Sweden, Denmark, and other small countries with populations equal to Israel take in more asylum seekers and refugees.

I don't think you even realise how ugly you are. Especially since Israel is responsible for the biggest refugee group itself, the Palestinians, millions of them.

You get funds from the UN for African refugees, but many countries of the world that take in refugees, do not get UN Funds.


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Number of Refugees per 1000 inhabitants by Country
http://www.chartsbin.com/view/p2g
2010


Syria 50,5
Jordan 79,2
Iran 13,2
Lebanon 11,9
Saudi Arabia 9,4
Sweden 8,5
Norway 7,5
Germany 7,1
Switzerland 6,1
Netherlands 4,7
UK 4,7
Denmark 4,3
France 2,6
Israel 1,3
Egypt 1,2

source
http://www.unhcr.org/pages/49c3646c4d6.html

 
At 2:46 AM, Blogger P.R. said...

oh, the kindness and beauty of noble islam! the only religion in the world whose adherents have to pass through other muslim countries where they would be abused and even killed by their co-faithmen, and can only find refuge and mercy in a country populated by members of their own religion's worst enemies.

if that man in the photo in tel aviv has any sense, he is shitting on a quran.

 
At 10:11 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

P.R

Thank you for proving what I said above about the right wing Israelis’ being stupid, as well as petty and mean minded, South Sudan is Christian isn't it? That's where most of the refugees in Israel are coming from. They do not leave Egypt with Egyptian approval, they are smuggled in, so you can't even blame Egypt here,

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Egypt is not Islamic, it is ruled by secular laws, if it was Islamic refugees wouldn’t have been turned back as we have laws on how to deal with every eventuality. Islam doesn’t recognise borders and boundries and the Caliph is obligated to accept all refugees, since the earth belongs to God, and the ruler has sovereignty only for justice, ie. to make the earth righteous.

The good news is that may now change with Mubarak kicked out,


Asylum in Islam and in Modern Refugee Law
http://rsq.oxfordjournals.org/content/27/2/51.abstract
1. Khadija Elmadmad*
Abstract

The Muslim world is now a world of conflict and forced migrants (Dar al harb wa al muhajirun). Asylum and “refuge-seeking” are two important themes in Islamic history.
Islamic theory and teachings relating to refugees and forced displacement are known as hijrah law. It is quite different from modern refugee law. It arguably gives more protection to asylum-seekers and refugees (mustaminun). However, hijrah law is rarely referred to or invoked today. If they were taken into consideration, it could contribute greatly to the protection of the forcibly displaced. It might also reduce the numerous problems refugees all over the globe are facing.
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1. * Khadija Elmadmad is a Law Professor, an Advocate and International Consultant. She is the holder of the UNESCO Chair “Migration and Human Rights”, the Chair of the Rabat NGO Migration and the Law and the Chair of the Moroccan Network of Experts in Refugee Law.

+ Author Affiliations

 
At 10:14 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Will,

I'm still waiting for your source, or did you just fabricate that the Sudanese in Israel are part of Al Qaeda?

That cannot be so, because South Sudan where the refugees from Israel hail from mainly, are Christian.

You fruitcakes and idiots live in a make believe world of your own, where fact mingles with fantasy and out and out lies.

 
At 10:21 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Carl

So your reasoning is that because the South Sudanese don't know how to use the toilet or maybe they don't have one, they have no right to asylum or protection?

It's not hard to understand why your history has been one of suffering and punishment if most Jews thought like you.

 
At 10:30 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

PR

and can only find refuge and mercy in a country populated by members of their own religion's worst enemies.

South Sudan is an independent country now, and it isn't Islam majority.

Note how this ignorant dump, PR isn't even aware that South Sudan is the only country in the world which has promised to move it's embassy to Jerusalem. It has diplomatic relations with Israel,
since 2011 when it gained independence from North Sudan last year.

Yet more proof how the right wing Zionists lie, any lie to smear Islam, even to hide their own ugly moral code.

Breathtaking!

 
At 12:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

For South Sudanese, Back To Africa?
http://www.thejewishweek.com/news/israel/south_sudanese_back_africa

Moreover, the Interior Ministry has cancelled the temporary work permits that have enabled the Sudanese asylum seekers to survive in Israel. Asylum seeker Simon Mayear said the pressure of looming deportation and not being able to work is taking its toll.

“We are really not happy; even when we were in Arab countries we didn’t get treated like this. We’re not criminals. We are Christians. We are friends of Israel,” Mayear said.

“We all want to go back, but the way South Sudan looks right now, it looks dangerous. They are fighting themselves. There is no security. It’s all from zero. It’s a desert now. It’s not a country; it’s a mirage. How come you are sending me there?”

 

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