All major US American Jewish organizations—under the aegis of the Anti-Defamation League, the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, J Street, the National Council of Jewish Women, the New Israel Fund, the Rabbinical Assembly, and the Union for Reform Judaism—have jointly demanded that Israel stick to the United Nations’ plan to deport African invaders in Israel to white nations, rather than send them back to Africa.
In a joint letter signed by those organizations—and joined by a number of others, including Reconstructing Judaism, Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association, and T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights—the US Jews urged Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to “pursue a humane solution for the 39,000 asylum seekers currently within Israel’s borders.”
The letter, dated April 5, 2018, said that as “American Jewish organizations. . . we urge Israel to re-commit to an agreement with the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) to guarantee the safety of the 39,000 asylum seekers currently within their borders.”
The letter said the US Jews “appreciate[d]” the “the growing legal and international limitation[s]” on forcibly deporting the Africans and that “this acknowledgement means that Israel will not resume its plans to deport asylum seekers to unnamed countries in Africa.”
“We urge Israel to . . . find a path forward for the refugees by providing full and fair asylum procedures and actively seeking options for third country resettlement.”
In other word, the American Jews do not want the Africans to stay in Israel, but rather to be shipped out to white countries in Europe and North America, as the original United Nations plan had envisaged.