Successful migration policy

Wanna know how successful migration policy looks like?

Israel said today it would pay thousands of African migrants living illegally in the country to leave, threatening them with jail if they are caught after the end of March. The plan offers African migrants a $3,500 payment from the Israeli government and a free air ticket to return home or go to “third countries”, which rights groups identified as Rwanda and Uganda.

The vast majority of the illegals came from Eritrea and Sudan and many said they fled war and persecution as well as economic hardship, but Israel treats them as economic migrants.

Netanyahu said that they have already expelled 20,000 people, and now there are some 38,000 migrants living illegally in Israel, and some 1,420 are being held in two detention centers.

Netanyahu cited the large presence of African migrants in Tel Aviv’s poorer neighborhoods, where he said “veteran residents” – a reference to Israelis – no longer feel safe. “So today, we are keeping our promise to restore calm, a sense of personal security and law and order to the residents of south Tel Aviv and those in many other neighborhoods,” he said.

And this kind of policy is the single one to be working efficiently, and the other countries (who really want to get rid of the illegals, but not to speculate on them) should follow the example.

I’m 100% sure Israel will succeed, and I wish Benjamin Netanyahu best of luck

 

One thought on “Successful migration policy”

  1. I missed reading your posts so much…
    Immigration is wrong in all its forms. And i need to immigrate somewhere soon. Will ask for and nice only where i could assimilate. Anything civilized will do fine.

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