A Line to Nowhere on the Streets of South Tel Aviv

09/11/2017

Imagine having to sleep on the streets to reserve your place in a line for the following day just to be able to submit a form at a government office whose job it is to receive these very forms. Now imagine if submitting these forms was the difference between being able to work legally with dignity or be at risk of detention and deportation to a place where your life may be in danger. You can imagine that the desperation may cause frustration, anger, maybe violence, and inevitably,…

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Imagine having to sleep on the streets to reserve your place in a line for the following day just to be able to submit a form at a government office whose job it is to receive these very forms. Now imagine if submitting these forms was the difference between being able to work legally with […]

Support The Hotline for Passover

02/04/2017

Each year at Pesach, Jewish people all over the world will sit with family and friends at Pesach Seders and re-tell the story of exodus. There is something extremely powerful about sharing a story of survival. To...

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New Testimonies from the Sinai Torture Camps

04/12/2016

In 2010, the Hotline for Refugees and Migrants first identified asylum-seekers jailed in Saharonim prison who described enduring torture and being forced to work without pay in Sinai en route to Israel. The Sinai-based smugglers would torture...

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