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September 6, 2015 11:49 am

Israeli Political Leaders Clash Over Offering Asylum to Syrian Refugees

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Isaac Herzog. Photo: screenshot.

Isaac Herzog. Photo: screenshot.

Israel’s politicians converged in a war of words Sunday, some against and others in support of remarks by opposition leader Isaac Herzog Saturday calling for Israel to offer asylum to Syrians fleeing from a country destroyed by continued civil war.

“Israel is not indifferent to the human tragedy of the refugees from Syria and Africa,” said Prime Minister Netanyahu at a weekly cabinet meeting. “But, Israel is a small country, a very small country that lacks demographic and geographic depth; therefore, we must control our borders, against both illegal migrants and terrorism.

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  • rbockman

    Syrian Moslems, just like all Arab Moslems, hate Jews and Israel, this hatred is indoctrinated into them as children. The vast majority have never seen or known a Jew, but the hatred is ingrained.

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