Israeli activists invite illegals to homes of pro-immigration leftists
Anti-immigration Israeli activists have distributed leaflets to illegal immigrants on which the names, addresses and phone numbers of pro-immigration celebrities are noted, inviting them to the homes of the wealthy leftist personalities.
Published: February 3, 2018, 10:00 am
Dr. Michael Ben-Ari and Baruch Marzel arrived in southern Tel Aviv and distributed leaflets to what Israeli’s call “infiltrators” in Tigrinya, the language spoken by natives of Eritrea and parts of Ethiopia.
The leaflets contain addresses and phone numbers of left-wing activists who have backed the demand by some infiltrators to be given legal status in Israel.
Marzel and Ben-Ari encouraged migrant to make use of the leftist activists’ “hospitality” with the mock invitations, Israeli news outlet Arutz Sheva reported.
“This is the address where to go,” Marzel told a puzzled illegal immigrant. “A very good place to live, nice house. Free meals, free everything; you can do anything. Mrs. Silverman [sister of actress Sarah Silverman] and Member of Knesset Ilan Gilon in Ashdod – they’re ready to take you, you can live in a very good place for free with the family, with your friends, you could go there, live there anytime you want.”
Marzel told Arutz Sheva that “I think my offer to Ilan Gilon is very tempting, and the offer of so-called Rabbanit Silverman, whose husband became a billionaire in Africa and sends her with the money he makes in Africa to speak ill of [Israel] as if they’re Nazis and behaving improperly. So I suggest that the Arabs and the infiltrators go and live with them. They will receive them well, give them free meals; sure, Mr. Silverman has lots of money, after all.”
The flyers offer illegals a comfortable place to reside: ‘We invite you to come to us, and when they deport you, you will find with us a warm home; with us you’ll find free food,’ etc.
“You can search on Google,” Ben-Ari says. “Years ago the kibbutzim said they’d accept infiltrators. The kibbutzim haven’t taken in one single infiltrator, but now that we have personal invitations from Ilan Gilon and from Mrs. Silverman, we’re providing the infiltrators with the address so they truly can have a place – or maybe just to expose their hypocrisy…”
He continued: “The problem, and the great disaster, are the women they brought here, each of them with at least 3-4 children.”
At the Levinsky Police Station, where the two were handing out fliers, the station has been cleared out to make fifteen kindergartens for migrants. “This is a time-bomb in the State of Israel. These children, with their mothers, with their fathers, must be returned home. This is not expulsion; this is return to their homes.”
Tens of thousands of illegal immigrants crossed into Israel over the past decade via the southern border with Egypt. Most come from Eritrea, Sudan, Somalia, and other countries in northeastern Africa.
Following the construction of the border fence along the Israeli-Egyptian frontier, illegal border crossings plummeted by more than 99 percent.
A law passed last week will enable the government to deport illegal immigrants who have in the past refused to self-deport in exchange for $3 500 in cash.
“There are some 40 000 people (not including those children who were born in Israel) in the territory of the State of Israel, mostly people from the African states of Eritrea and Sudan, who are currently… residing illegally in Israel,” the bill reads in part. “Their residing in Israel, illegally, has many negative consequences – social, economic, and others, including the deterioration of the rule of law and the right of the State to determine who may enter the country and who may reside there.”
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