30. Juni 2014 · Kommentare deaktiviert für Israel: Flüchtlinge verlassen massenhaft Lager · Kategorien: Israel · Tags:

See below update and invitation to a press conference, from the asylum seekers who left Holot towards Egypt, sleeping, a second night, near Nizana border check point, refusing to return to prison.
Photos can be found at:


On the Hotline’s Facebook you can find more photos and videos, taken by the asylum seekers on the border:


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26. Juni 2014 · Kommentare deaktiviert für Israel: Flüchtlingslager Holot – Bericht · Kategorien: Hintergrund, Israel · Tags:

From One Prison to Another

Researched and written by Maya Kovaliyov-Livi and Sigal Rozen

via Report-Holot-061514.pdf

26. April 2014 · Kommentare deaktiviert für Israel: Kämpfe afrikanischer Flüchtlinge · Kategorien: Israel · Tags:

Les sables de l’exil

von Dora Vilner

in Points critiques, April 2014

Le sables de l’exil

05. April 2014 · Kommentare deaktiviert für Israel: Bericht aus dem Abschiebelager Holot · Kategorien: Israel · Tags:


‚We are prisoners here‘, say migrants at Israel’s desert detention camp

Human rights activists say Israel should be ashamed of its treatment of asylum seekers at Holot, a holding facility for ‚infiltrators‘ deep in the Negev desert

Holot – a wilderness of prefabricated huts and fenced-in compounds close to the Egyptian frontier – has become the focal point of Israel’s treatment of roughly 50,000 African refugees, whom the government considers to be illegal economic migrants.

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31. März 2014 · Kommentare deaktiviert für „The Migrants Files – database on 23.000 migrants who died on their way to Europe since 2000“ · Kategorien: Ägypten, Algerien, Frankreich, Griechenland, Israel, Italien, Libanon, Libyen, Malta, Marokko, Mauretanien, Mittelmeerroute, Östlich, Spanien, Syrien, Tunesien, Türkei, Westlich · Tags: , ,


The Migrants Files

A database on migrants who died on their way to Europe since 2000

About the project

The Migrants‘ Files project was launched in August 2013 by a group of European journalists who joined forces to accurately calculate and report the deaths of emigrants seeking refuge in Europe. This pan-European consortium of journalists is partially funded by the European non-profit organization Journalismfund.eu.

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20. Februar 2014 · Kommentare deaktiviert für „Israel secretly transfers African asylum seekers to Uganda“ (MEO) · Kategorien: Israel · Tags:

Israel secretly transfers African asylum seekers to Uganda

Dozens agree to leave for Uganda, some already departed.Middle East OnlineImprisoned for posing a ‚threat to the state’s Jewish character’JERUSALEM – Israel is secretly transferring African asylum seekers to Uganda, Haaretz newspaper reported on Wednesday, quoting a senior Israeli government official.The paper said that, over the past month, dozens of people agreed to leave for Uganda and some had already departed.The Israeli immigration service spokeswoman could not be reached for comment. […]

via Middle East Online

24. Januar 2014 · Kommentare deaktiviert für Marokko: Israelische Drohnen aus Frankreich – Serbia News · Kategorien: Israel, Marokko

Morocco receives Israeli unmanned aerial systems from France

Morocco UAV

Royal Moroccan Air Force RMAF has acquired three Harfang unmanned aerial systems from France. The systems were retired by French Air Force and the delivery was made recently after several years of service in Afghanistan.

Heron-1Harfang which deployed with the ‘Armee de’Lair’ in 2008 was delivered by EADS Now Airbus Defense & Space, under the Eagle l cooperative development with Israel Aerospace Industries [IAI].

The drone was based on the Israeli IAI/Malat Heron-I system.Morocco and France have long established military cooperation, although in recent years Rabat has aligned closer to the US, procuring a range of new military systems, including F-16C/D Block 52 jet fighters along with the latest air to air and air to ground weaponry, M-1A1 Main Battle Tanks and the Predator drones.

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22. Januar 2014 · Kommentare deaktiviert für „Why are we building new walls to divide us?“ – Guardian · Kategorien: andere Länder, Golfstaaten, Griechenland, Israel, Spanien · Tags: ,

„Why are we building new walls to divide us? Mark Rice-Oxley and Guardian correspondents in a quarter of a century after the Iron Curtain came down, the walls are going up again. In steel and concrete, with watchtowers and barbed wire, mankind is building separation barriers at a rate perhaps unequalled in history – at least 6,000 miles in the last decade alone, according to a Guardian analysis.

Now, in a unique project, Guardian journalists have visited 10 of the most controversial, striking, contested and extraordinary walls, from the US-Mexican border to the West Bank, and from Europe’s eastern and southern frontiers to the divided cities of Homs and Belfast. We have tried to establish why these new divisions are going up now, in an age when globalisation was supposed to tear the barriers down – particularly when, as history shows, walls rarely did what they set out to do. […]“

via Why are we building new walls to divide us?

11. Januar 2014 · Kommentare deaktiviert für Israel: Flüchtlingsprotest – Berichte, Fotos · Kategorien: Israel · Tags:


Infiltrators in the world government of migrations: the refugees’ strike in Israel

Strike Israel

The mobilization of migrants in Israel is growing. After three days of general strike launched by the movement, a demonstration is now in front of Knesset, the Israeli Parliament, to ask the Prime Ministry Netanyau and the Interior Ministry Gideon Saar for concrete answers.
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10. Januar 2014 · Kommentare deaktiviert für Israel: Flüchtlingsprotest facebook · Kategorien: Israel · Tags:


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