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Israel’s migrant limbo

The recent storm over the possible deportation of thousands of African migrants who have crossed into Israel in recent years has intensified the fierce debate in Israel over what responsibility, if at all, the Jewish state bears toward these people. Within this debate, it is not uncommon to hear a broad spectrum of words used … Continue reading

Have war, may travel

“I have no other country, even if my land is aflame” – Israeli songwriter Ehud Manor Talk of a looming, devastating war with Iran has driven some Israelis with dual citizenship to prepare their foreign passports for the possibility of riding out the potential storm elsewhere. Recently, more than a few such Israelis who have … Continue reading

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