High Court extends an injunction against the planned mass deportation of African asylum seekers, but those already locked up for refusing deportation will spend the 'festival of freedom' in prison. Hundreds of African asylum seekers will remain in Israeli prisons this Passover, their fate on hold after the country’s High Court gave the government an extension — for the third time — to respond to a petition challenging the mass deportation of asylum seekers originally planned to start this Friday. [tmwinpost] The court issued an injunction on March 15 against the deportations themselves, but Israeli authorities are still permitted to…Read More...
The temporary injunction against the government's plan will remain in effect for at least another week and a half. But the mass deportations are still scheduled to begin on April 1. Israel’s top court issued a temporary injunction against the mass deportation of tens of thousands of African asylum seekers on Thursday. The decision came in a response to the first major legal challenge to Israel’s deportation plan, and will stay in effect at least another week and a half. If the state’s response satisfies the High Court, however, the deportations could still begin on schedule — April 1. [tmwinpost] While…Read More...
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