Over the past year, Israel has cracked down on illegal African immigrants. They’re called infiltrators in Israel and they’re getting caught and imprisoned and then repatriated to Africa.
I did a search of the Orthodox Union and Agudath Yisrael and I could find no condemnation of Israel for this.
I am glad they don’t condemn Israel for this. I applaud Israel for this. I just want the United States to behave the same way towards the people who infiltrate it.
Every major Jewish political organization supports immigration amnesty for illegal aliens, including the Republican Jewish Coalition. These groups push immigration policies that will destroy my country. They have allied to hurt America no less than true-believing communists allied to support the dominion of the Soviet Union.
Here is the position of Agudath Israel: “Finally, in the area of immigration, Agudath Israel urges that American borders continue to be open to Jewish and other refugees who seek to come to the United States after escaping from oppressive political environments. The United States is a nation of immigrants and has long been distinguished by its generosity toward refugees from all across the globe. It is essential that such generosity continue to be maintained in today’s era of international volatility. Agudath Israel accordingly opposes any efforts to impose caps or quotas on refugees seeking safe haven in the United States. Agudath Israel further supports the provision of welfare benefits to needy non-citizen immigrants.”
I suspect most American Jews loathe the idea of giving amnesty to people who came here illegally.
When it comes to immigrating into the Jewish people, aka conversion to Judaism, the Orthodox Union and Agudath Yisrael support the strictest standards so that only the finest and most disciplined and most dedicated people can join. But when it comes to the United States, all major Jewish political organizations want to give amnesty to those who infiltrated the country illegally.
Chaim Amalek says: “Your next step is to contact each of these Jewish orgianizations and ask them what they are doing to increase Israeli acceptance of African refugees from violence, poverty, and social injustice.”
Report: These Jewish organizations all demanded amnesty for undocumented immigrants in the United States, invoking the language of the Torah about our obligation to do kindness to the stranger in our midst. They have largely remained silent, however, in the face of Israel’s rounding up and forcible deportation of African asylum seekers. They should all be held to account for their hypocrisy – especially because the Torah was referring to how we treat non-Jews in Israel, not the United States.
American Forum of Russian Jewry (AFRJ)
American Jewish Committee
Bend the Arc: A Jewish Partnership for Justice
B’nai B’rith International
Bukharian Jewish Congress of the USA and Canada
HIAS (Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society)
Jewish Council on Public Affairs
Jewish Federations of North America
National Council of Jewish Women
Reconstructionist Rabbinical College
Tikkun Olam Commission of the Jewish Reconstructionist Movement
T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights
Union for Reform Judaism
Women of Reform Judaism
AJC Los Angeles
AJC New York
AJC Philadelphia/Southern New Jersey
Anti‐Defamation League of Eastern PA and Southern NJ
Congregation Meor Hachaim of Luna Park (New York, NY)
FEGS Health & Human Services (New York, NY)
Greater Philadelphia Jewish Coalition on Immigration
HIAS Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA)
Indianapolis Jewish Community Relations Council
Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action (Boston, MA)
Jewish Community Action (St. Paul, MN)
Jewish Community Center at Starrett City (New York, NY)
Jewish Community Relations Council of Philadelphia
Jewish Council on Urban Affairs (Chicago, IL)
Jewish Family & Career Services (Atlanta, GA)
Jewish Family & Children’s Service (Pittsburgh, PA)
Jewish Family & Children’s Services of the East Bay (Berkeley, CA)
Jewish Family Service of Buffalo & Erie County New York
Jewish Family Service of Western Massachusetts, Inc.
Jewish Family Services (Ann Arbor, MI)
Jewish Labor Committee Western Region (Los Angeles, CA)
Jewish Social Policy Action Network (Philadelphia, PA)
Jewish Vocational Service of MetroWest (East Orange, NJ)
Jews for Racial & Economic Justice (New York, NY)
Massachusetts Board of Rabbis (Newton, MA)
National Council of Jewish Women ‐ Greater Philadelphia
National Council of Jewish Women Texas State Policy Advocates
UJA‐Federation of New York
Women of Vision (Philadelphia, PA)