Out Loud

Briefing on Israeli High Court ruling on Asylum Seekers

02 October 2013 By New Israel Fund

In September, Israel's High Court struck down a law that imprisoned asylum seekers for years without trial. The ruling was a big win for Israeli democracy.

We invited Sigal Rozen of the Hotline for Migrant Workers to speak about the significance of this decision, its practical implications, and its impact on the refugee and asylum-seeker community in Israel.

 

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Israel's dilemma: Who can be an Israeli?

By Daniel Sokatch and David N. Myers

13 January 2014