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Israel And Immigration
'We make a real contribution to protecting the country,' says commander of all-female spotter unit on Israel's fenced-off border with Egypt. Retired general claims women better suited for patient vigilance required of surveillance
Breaking cover from a lookout point disguised as a dune,
Adelson's Israel HaYom Downplays Stunning Success Of Sinai Fence: Inconvenient For Amnesty/ Immigration Surge Marketing Campaign?
Israel's Egyptian border fence. NB armed IDF man.
Yesterday Israel HaYom, the free Israeli newspaper with which owner Sheldon Adelson is distorting the Israeli media market as much as he is the operations of the GOP, came out with a peculiar headline: Infiltrators sneak into Israel despite completion of security fence by Lilach Shoval April 28 2013. This announces-
For the first time since the recent construction of the security fence along Israel's border with Egypt, four African infiltrators and five other individuals managed to breach the barrier and enter Israel during April
but also reports
The African infiltrators, who scaled the 5-meter (16-foot) fence to enter Israel illegally, were apprehended by Israel Defense Forces patrols in the area and transferred to the Saharonim detention center near the border, where by law they will be held for at least three years
(My emphasis. No ‘Catch and Release’ for Israel!).
The IDF response was
From: Dave Shanken [Email him]
From my Taki's Magazine column:
With the Washington establishment agreeing that what America needs right now is to double down on guest workers and amnesty for illegal aliens, it’s worthwhile to notice how a serious country such as Israel deals with past mistakes in immigration policy.
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From: Mark Mallarde [Email him]
Israeli protesting immigration December 31 2012
At an annual event discussing ways to end human trafficking, President Barack Obama declared that the problem of illegal immigration into the U.S. "has been solved.” With no more than a few dozen illegals managing to get into the U.S. in recent months, Obama said that for all intents and purposes, his government had managed to put an end to illegal immigration, and with it, the problem of human trafficking.