Further to our post "Question to Lamm and Chester: You want Sudanese illegals and Arabs living near your kids?", here's a couple of articles from Arutz Sheva highlighting the serious issues created by Israel's illegal immigrants.
Katz: Tel Aviv Luxury Areas Flooded Next by Illegal Immigrants
MK Yaakov "Ketzaleh" Katz (National Union) is warning northern Tel Aviv residents to unite with the rest of the city in fighting an influx of illegal immigrants, or face a flood.
Katz argued Wednesday that wealthy residents of northern Tel Aviv cannot abandon the city's impoverished southern neighborhoods in the fight against the influx of illegal immigrants without the flood eventually reaching the north as well.
“Soon thousands will be protesting in central Tel Aviv and in a year or two thousands will be protesting in the north, as many of them carry AIDS and tuberculosis,” he said. Katz was referring to Tuesday's rally against illegal immigrants living in southern Tel Aviv.
“The silence of the residents in northern Tel Aviv is like the orchestra playing on the deck of the Titanic while its stern is sinking,” Katz commented.
High Percentage of Migrants are HIV Carriers
According to a new report released this week by the Health Ministry, 17 percent of HIV carriers in Israel are illegal immigrants.
In addition, 13 percent of those with tuberculosis, are migrants, according to the report. The ministry said it is reportedly examining ways to develop a network in which to offer medical services to the illegal immigrants.
‘Bleeding Hearts Making Israel a Country of Goyim and Criminals’
A former hareidi religious legislator warned the government on Tuesday to stop “bleeding hearts” from making the country a refuge for non-Jews and criminals.
Journalist Yisrael Eichler, a former Knesset Member in the United Torah Judaism party, told Arutz 7 that while non-Jews from poor countries come to Israel, “the media prefers to deal with a screwball who puts up posters” and feel sorry for foreign workers and refugees who are flooding the country.
“I call on all the religious Knesset Members to immediately stop this wave that is turning Israel into a refuge for Russian and African non-Jews as well as criminals who flee from their native countries," he said.
The recent arrest of a non-Jewish Russian immigrant, charged with the gruesome murder of two parents, two children and two of their grandparents, sparked Eichler’s anger at Israel’s liberal immigration policies. Russian authorities asked Israel to extradite the suspect three years ago for armed robbery, but the government allowed him to remain in the country.
Many European countries are closing their doors to immigrants from Asian and African countries, and the United States regularly deports illegal immigrants.
Israel currently is embroiled in efforts by mainstream media and secular groups to prevent the deportation of children of illegal immigrants, deflecting a campaign led by National Union MK Yaakov “Ketzaleh” Katz against the growing infiltration of thousands of Sudanese and other Africans.
Southern cities, such as Arad and Be’er Sheva, are being flooded with Africans who, along with the growing Bedouin population, threatened to leave Jews as a minority in the Negev.
“Everyone feels sorry for the children of foreign workers, but what about the 750,000 poor Jewish children in Israel? No one feels sorry for them,” Eichler noted.
“Why doesn’t a Jew want to leave his own country and move to Israel if he has no reason to do so? Why do non-Jewish people from Russia and Ukraine want to come here when there are other countries in the world?” he asked.
Answering his own questions, Eichler castigated the media and “bleeding hearts” who support the growing non-Jewish population. He praised the aliyah of Jews from Russia but charged former Prime Minister Yitzchak Shamir for the "crime of deciding to bring non-Jews along with Jews.”
He told a story of a Jew who moved to Israel from the former Soviet bloc, where he had been attacked several times by anti-Semites. The immigrant met the same non-Jewish attacker on a bus in Israel and asked him how he arrived in Israel. The man answered, “I found a Jewish girl friend and made Aliyah.”
Thursday, December 23, 2010
Question to Lamm and Chester - 2
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Labels: chester, Lamm, Sudanese, Yaakov "Ketzaleh" Katz, Yisrael Eichler
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A complaint should be made to the Victorian Human Rights Commission regarding the publishing of this article for breaching The racial discrimination act.So the other 83% of aids carriers are native Jews and 87% of those with tuberculosis are also native Jews. What a load of rubbish this article is egocentric self serving totally lacking in humanity for others.ReplyDelete