Israel reaches final decision on deportation of Africans

Israel reaches final decision on deportation of Africans

Israel reaches final decision on deportation of Africans

The State also said that individuals whose temporary residency permits have expired will be eligible for a 60-day extension, as has been customary heretofore.

The government's announcement Tuesday that it was abandoning the effort to send the migrants to unidentified African countries - widely reported to be Rwanda and Uganda - was welcomed as a positive step by advocates for about 36,000 migrants in Israel.

Last week, after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's special emissary to Uganda returned without a signed agreement after 11 days of negotiations in Kampala, the court ordered the release of 200 African migrants from the Saharonim Prison, where they had been held since refusing to leave Israel voluntarily.

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Approximately 38,000 refugees from Sudan and Eritrea, fleeing potential persecution in their home countries, have sought asylum in Israel.

Members of Netanyahu's coalition said they agreed with the decision to reopen that facility, and several said they would advance new legislation to deport the migrants, including a clause preventing the high court from challenging such a law in the future.

In early April, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu agreed to cancel the plan, saying a new agreement with the United Nations would allow 16,000 migrants to be transferred to "developed countries like Canada, Germany or Italy".

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The government says they are job seekers and that it has every right to protect its borders.

The cancelations came after a political pressure by ultra-nationalist ministers not to allow any African asylum seeker to stay in Israel. The Africans, almost all from dictatorial Eritrea and war-torn Sudan, say they fled for their lives and face renewed danger if they return.

The Israeli government has scrapped plans to deport tens of thousands of African migrants.

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Thousands are concentrated in poor neighborhoods in south Tel Aviv, an area that has become known as "Little Africa".

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