Shaked: 'The EU supports African Infiltration of Israel'

By Maayana Mishkin,

European countries are trying to strong-arm Israel into taking in African illegal entrants, MK Ayelet Shaked has said.

Shaked, who heads the Jewish Home party Knesset faction, explained that European countries heavily fund several of the NGOs in Israel that push for illegal entrants from Africa to be given legal status.

She spoke as thousands of illegal migrants, along with Israeli activists, in Tel Aviv.

“The ‘aid groups’ stir up the illegal entrants to get them to demand rights, and ultimately Israeli citizenship. That’s how they ‘aid’ the state of Israel,” she said.

“European countries are pouring millions of shekels into these groups,” she continued. The European benefactors have two goals, she said: first of all, they want to see Israel become “a state of all its citizens” rather than a Jewish state. They also hope “to divert the wave of immigration from Africa from Europe to Israel,” she charged. “That way they can kill two birds with one stone,” she added.

Shaked expressed support for Minister of the Interior Gidon Saar, who has pursued laws that will allow authorities to crack down on illegal entry. Saar was behind a law allowing authorities to require illegal migrants to; the law is part of what sparked Sunday’s rally.

Saar “is determined and his sticking to his policy of getting illegal entrants out of city centers,” she said. The detention center which hundreds of illegal migrants have been ordered to report to is in southern Israel, away from the neighborhoods in southern Tel Aviv and elsewhere that have been by illegal entry.


Below: links to some recent criminal activity in Tel Aviv related to the illegal immigrants:


Video below: illegal immigrants overwhelm Tel Aviv's beach-promenade.

The actions are orchestrated by NGOs (funded by a combination of EU governments, Ford Foundation, Soros and Sigrid Rausing). Some of the illegal immigrants (wearing hi-visibility jackets) are ostentatiously 'self-policing' the movement of their protest. The jackets they wear are emblazoned with text (written by left-wing activists employed by the NGOs) stating that they are 'giving back to the community'.