While Eritrean asylum seekers cannot be deported due to the risk they would face upon return, the new Prevention of Infiltration Law enables Israel to keep them in prison indefinitely. New arrivals, most having faced rape and torture en route to Israel, are presently being held in a prison in the desert, and nobody knows how long they'll be kept there. A visit to Ketsiot prison. By Yonatan Berman Almost three years ago, I wrote about how much I hate the journey to Ketsiot prison; how frustrating it is there, even for the fleeting visitor who knows that at the…Read More... | 62 Comments
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In just one hour, Israeli air strikes level an entire #Gaza neighborhood http://t.co/3pIorp65fI
WATCH: Israeli air strikes level the neighborhood of Beit Hanoun in northern Gaza: http://t.co/EfqfOC1a39
'We are waiting here to see if we are meant to live or die' http://t.co/EfqfOC1a39
VIDEO: The destruction of a whole Gaza neighborhood in one hour. http://t.co/EfqfOC1a39
VIDEO: Civilians have no safe place to go in #Gaza http://t.co/EfqfOC1a39, by @AzizAbuSarah