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Jan 22 - Most Israelis donít want non-Jewish migrants, even if they are highly skilled


 
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Jan 22 - Most Israelis donít want non-Jewish migrants, even if they are highly skilled
 

 
The majority of Israelis donít support non-Jewish immigration to the country, even when the immigrants are highly trained or have advanced degrees, according to a new Pew Research Center report released on Tuesday.

The Pew poll found that 51 percent of Israelis oppose high-skilled immigration of foreigners moving to the country with a bachelorís degree or higher. The Pew poll focused on immigration of those not entitled to Israeli citizenship under the law of return, which applies to anybody with at least one Jewish grandparent.

Out of the 12 economically advanced countries surveyed, only Israel and Italy had the majority of the population oppose high-skilled immigration.

In contrast, most of the other countries surveyed supported high-skilled immigration. In the US, 78% of the public supports high-skilled immigration. In the United Kingdom, 85% of the population support high-skilled immigration.

More than three out of four adults in Sweden, Canada, Germany, and Australia also support high-skilled immigration, the Pew poll found.

Even among people who would like to see overall immigration reduced, half or more of the respondents in all the countries support high-skilled immigration, except for the Netherlands, Israel, and Italy.

Highly educated migrants can be a boon for economies, and the European Union has special programs to attract highly educated migrants. Some countries, like Canada and Australia, have points-based immigration policies that favor immigrants with more education as well as other characteristics such as age and language ability.

Despite Israelís overall opposition to immigration, the country has the highest percentage of immigrants with higher education among the countries surveyed, when including Jewish immigration. Almost half, or 49% of foreign-born adults over age 25 in Israel have a graduate degree, compared to just 35% of the native-born population.

That is a similar ratio to the UK, which also has 49% of foreign-born adults with advanced degrees, compared to 37% of native-born adults. In contrast, just 36% of foreign-born adults in the US hold a secondary degree, compared to 40% of the native-born population.

Israel offers grants to those moving to Israel under the law of return allowing them to study for a bachelors degree, masters degree or technical certificate at highly subsidized rates.

In addition, many of Israelís 1 million immigrants from the former Soviet Union came with advanced degrees.
visit this link https://www.timesofisrael .. ighly-skilled/
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 4 months ago '11        #2
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I know a brilliant black woman who also a scientist who moved there last year with her husband

I hope they’re cool

Discrimination is not cool in 2019


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 4 months ago '11        #3
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Israel is a hypocritical apostate. They are really the synogogues of satan.
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 4 months ago '04        #4
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it's an ethno-state. of course they don't

lowkey so is japan but we don't really talk about it because they're nice and polite...
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 4 months ago '18        #5
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 d.c. supreme said
it's an ethno-state. of course they don't

lowkey so is japan but we don't really talk about it because they're nice and polite...
So are most nations on the planet. It's only the white western nations that are being infiltrated with forced migration and shamed for not being "diverse" enough. I'll let you figure out why.

And before you go on this Japanese people are nice and polite stuff, keep in mind that they were honorary Aryans at one point.
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 danneywilliams said
So are most nations on the planet. It's only the white western nations that are being infiltrated with forced migration and shamed for not being "diverse" enough. I'll let you figure out why.

And before you go on this Japanese people are nice and polite stuff, keep in mind that they were honorary Aryans at one point.
Africa dealt with forced infiltration with forced migration along with Caribbean and the Americas last couple centuries


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 4 months ago '10        #7
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Wait hol up....

White jews dont want people who arent white jews in their country?!
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Wait hol up....

White jews dont want people who arent white jews in their country?!
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 danneywilliams said
So are most nations on the planet. It's only the white western nations that are being infiltrated with forced migration and shamed for not being "diverse" enough. I'll let you figure out why.

And before you go on this Japanese people are nice and polite stuff, keep in mind that they were honorary Aryans at one point.
White nations aren't the only ones being forced to accept migrants. In many instances they opened the gates because they have birth rates far below replacement levels and need working tax payers to repay all the debt that they have accumulated.

The Chinese have been pushing back against an influx of whites flooding into their country over the course of this century and have been catching a lot of flak for it.

Also the people of modern day Kenya, South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Angola all had white 'settler' groups imposed on them. Whenever any those countries addresses this phenomenon of white-invader-settler descendants occupying prime land they are immediately called 'racist', amusing when you consider that white supremacist logic is the reason why they were forced to accommodate so many Euros to begin with.


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 d.c. supreme said
it's an ethno-state. of course they don't

lowkey so is japan but we don't really talk about it because they're nice and polite...
not according to this thread

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 danneywilliams said
So are most nations on the planet. It's only the white western nations that are being infiltrated with forced migration and shamed for not being "diverse" enough. I'll let you figure out why.

And before you go on this Japanese people are nice and polite stuff, keep in mind that they were honorary Aryans at one point.
its actually happening everywhere , you just loath when its a western country ...irrational fear...
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 4 months ago '18        #12
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Shiiiidddd, they even got rid of Jesus..... before some genius says the Romans did it, remember who put him in the cross
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 4 months ago '13        #13
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 Sin said
I know a brilliant black woman scientist who moved there last year with her husband

I hope they’re cool

Discrimination is not cool in 2019
They’re straight. They love black Americans in Israel. Just spent two months over there and am going back for four more very soon. Guaranteed most people talking sh*t have never set foot in the land or actually conversed with the people.

I was pleasantly surprised at the diversity there and felt FAR more welcomed being black there than ANYWHERE else in America. It’s one big a*s melting pot. OP is a fear monger.


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 SomeOnesoN said
Israel is a hypocritical apostate. They are really the synogogues of satan.
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 4 months ago '17        #15
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 SimpinAintEz said
They’re straight. They love black Americans in Israel. Just spent two months over there and am going back for four more very soon. Guaranteed most people talking sh*t have never set foot in the land or actually conversed with the people.

I was pleasantly surprised at the diversity there and felt FAR more welcomed being black there than ANYWHERE else in America. It’s one big a*s melting pot. OP is a fear monger.
Even though u typed black Americans......we black first and from one of them countries in Africa :

On March 17, one of Israel's two chief rabbis, Yitzhak Yosef, called black people "monkeys" and the Hebrew equivalent of the N-word in his weekly sermon.

It is highly unlikely that Yosef will face any real repercussions for his racist comments. He was not demoted after saying in a similar sermon exactly two years ago that all non-Jews - Africans, Arabs, or otherwise - could only live in Israel if they agree to serve the country's Jewish population.

It's unclear if Yosef's recent comments were directly connected to the Israeli government's impending expulsion of approximately 40,000 African refugees, mainly Christians and Muslims from Eritrea and Sudan.

The government has already coerced more than a third of the African refugee community in Israel, over 20,000 souls, to return to Africa. Israeli journalists have revealed in recent months that the government's promises to secure status for them in Rwanda or Uganda were only a ruse, devised to deport them back into a stateless existence- with their ostensible acquiescence.

To be fair, racist comments from state-paid rabbis aren't exactly a rarity in Israel. Israel's other chief rabbi, Yisrael Lau, used the N-word to describe Black athletes on his very first day in office in July 2013.

But another anti-African comment made last week, by Israel's most powerful politician, was almost certainly timed to coincide with the government's efforts to ethnically cleanse the country of the refugees.

On March 19, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a public speech that the arrival of non-Jewish African refugees was "much worse" for Israel than "severe attacks by Sinai terrorists".

Netanyahu's comments come as citizens across the country have been publicly expressing reservations to his expulsion plan. Since the start of the calendar year, Israelis from all walks of life have registered their adamant opposition to the planned deportations, scheduled to begin on April 1: doctors and artists, professors and pilots, students and survivors of the Holocaust. On Saturday night, a pro-refugee protest in Tel Aviv drew over 20,000 thousand people opposed to the expulsion.

But Netanyahu need not worry about amassing support for the deportation plan. True, a recent poll proved that the majority of the Israelis that live in proximity to the African refugees - in the Greater Tel Aviv area generally, and in the slums of South Tel Aviv specifically - oppose the expulsions. But outside of that liberal bubble, Netanyahu has easily secured support for his plan.

Netanyahu might not be losing sleep over local opposition to the deportations, but he is most certainly concerned by Jewish communities outside of Israel starting to kick up a fuss. As news of Netanyahu's cruel decree reaches the mainstream media outside of Israel, American Jewish leaders are unable to ignore the issue any longer. Even some of the most adamant defenders of the Israeli state and its dispossession of the Palestinian people have spoken out against the plan, calling it racist, and practically pleading with the Israeli government to scrap it.

Some rabbis are vowing to thwart the expulsion plan by hiding African refugees in their homes, evoking the memory of Anne Frank, the iconic chronicler of the horrors of the Holocaust. In Nazi-occupied Amsterdam, Frank and her family temporarily avoided being deported to the death camps by hiding with the help of non-Jews.


In January 2014, an Israeli man walked up to an African refugee carrying her one-year-old baby in downtown Tel Aviv, and stabbed the baby in the head three times. Apprehended by the police and asked why he had attacked the toddler, the stabber said, "They said that a black baby, blacks in general, are terrorists."

The stabber of the one-year-old African baby was not sentenced to jail time, because he was deemed to be mentally unstable.

That excuse cannot be conferred upon the k*llers of Haftom Zarhum, an African refugee who was shot and beaten to death by a mob of Israelis the following year, in the central bus station of the southern city of Beer Sheva. Zarhum was pummeled into a pulp on the premise that he was a terrorist - although he had done nothing to deserve that designation.

This month, the Israeli state lawyer offered four of the Israelis who pulverised Zarhum an easy deal: no jail time, only community service. One of the men has accepted the plea deal, while the three others have held out thus far, believing that they don't deserve even that pitiful punishment.

Haftom Zarhum was the first African refugee to be lynched by Israelis in a public place, in full view of CCTV cameras, but he would not be the last. The following year, two Israeli teens k*lled another African refugee, Babikir Ali Adham-Abdo, beating him to death right outside of the city hall of Petach Tikvah, a Tel Aviv suburb.


The disparity in anti-African sentiment between Israelis who live in relative proximity to the refugees, and the Israelis who don't, demonstrates the extent of the damage done by Netanyahu and other far-right officials. When the government's racist rhetoric is the only frame of reference most folks have for African refugees, they can easily be convinced that, like Palestinians, the Africans deserve to be despised


Unless u a black Jew why are u cappin for them? Because the ones u meet were cool?

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 4 months ago '13        #16
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Even though u typed black Americans......we black first and from one of them countries in Africa :

On March 17, one of Israel's two chief rabbis, Yitzhak Yosef, called black people "monkeys" and the Hebrew equivalent of the N-word in his weekly sermon.

It is highly unlikely that Yosef will face any real repercussions for his racist comments. He was not demoted after saying in a similar sermon exactly two years ago that all non-Jews - Africans, Arabs, or otherwise - could only live in Israel if they agree to serve the country's Jewish population.

It's unclear if Yosef's recent comments were directly connected to the Israeli government's impending expulsion of approximately 40,000 African refugees, mainly Christians and Muslims from Eritrea and Sudan.

The government has already coerced more than a third of the African refugee community in Israel, over 20,000 souls, to return to Africa. Israeli journalists have revealed in recent months that the government's promises to secure status for them in Rwanda or Uganda were only a ruse, devised to deport them back into a stateless existence- with their ostensible acquiescence.

To be fair, racist comments from state-paid rabbis aren't exactly a rarity in Israel. Israel's other chief rabbi, Yisrael Lau, used the N-word to describe Black athletes on his very first day in office in July 2013.

But another anti-African comment made last week, by Israel's most powerful politician, was almost certainly timed to coincide with the government's efforts to ethnically cleanse the country of the refugees.

On March 19, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a public speech that the arrival of non-Jewish African refugees was "much worse" for Israel than "severe attacks by Sinai terrorists".

Netanyahu's comments come as citizens across the country have been publicly expressing reservations to his expulsion plan. Since the start of the calendar year, Israelis from all walks of life have registered their adamant opposition to the planned deportations, scheduled to begin on April 1: doctors and artists, professors and pilots, students and survivors of the Holocaust. On Saturday night, a pro-refugee protest in Tel Aviv drew over 20,000 thousand people opposed to the expulsion.

But Netanyahu need not worry about amassing support for the deportation plan. True, a recent poll proved that the majority of the Israelis that live in proximity to the African refugees - in the Greater Tel Aviv area generally, and in the slums of South Tel Aviv specifically - oppose the expulsions. But outside of that liberal bubble, Netanyahu has easily secured support for his plan.

Netanyahu might not be losing sleep over local opposition to the deportations, but he is most certainly concerned by Jewish communities outside of Israel starting to kick up a fuss. As news of Netanyahu's cruel decree reaches the mainstream media outside of Israel, American Jewish leaders are unable to ignore the issue any longer. Even some of the most adamant defenders of the Israeli state and its dispossession of the Palestinian people have spoken out against the plan, calling it racist, and practically pleading with the Israeli government to scrap it.

Some rabbis are vowing to thwart the expulsion plan by hiding African refugees in their homes, evoking the memory of Anne Frank, the iconic chronicler of the horrors of the Holocaust. In Nazi-occupied Amsterdam, Frank and her family temporarily avoided being deported to the death camps by hiding with the help of non-Jews.


In January 2014, an Israeli man walked up to an African refugee carrying her one-year-old baby in downtown Tel Aviv, and stabbed the baby in the head three times. Apprehended by the police and asked why he had attacked the toddler, the stabber said, "They said that a black baby, blacks in general, are terrorists."

The stabber of the one-year-old African baby was not sentenced to jail time, because he was deemed to be mentally unstable.

That excuse cannot be conferred upon the k*llers of Haftom Zarhum, an African refugee who was shot and beaten to death by a mob of Israelis the following year, in the central bus station of the southern city of Beer Sheva. Zarhum was pummeled into a pulp on the premise that he was a terrorist - although he had done nothing to deserve that designation.

This month, the Israeli state lawyer offered four of the Israelis who pulverised Zarhum an easy deal: no jail time, only community service. One of the men has accepted the plea deal, while the three others have held out thus far, believing that they don't deserve even that pitiful punishment.

Haftom Zarhum was the first African refugee to be lynched by Israelis in a public place, in full view of CCTV cameras, but he would not be the last. The following year, two Israeli teens k*lled another African refugee, Babikir Ali Adham-Abdo, beating him to death right outside of the city hall of Petach Tikvah, a Tel Aviv suburb.


The disparity in anti-African sentiment between Israelis who live in relative proximity to the refugees, and the Israelis who don't, demonstrates the extent of the damage done by Netanyahu and other far-right officials. When the government's racist rhetoric is the only frame of reference most folks have for African refugees, they can easily be convinced that, like Palestinians, the Africans deserve to be despised


Unless u a black Jew why are u cappin for them? Because the ones u meet were cool?

Had to take your a*s off ignore to see wtf you were rambling about. Have you been to the land? Have you been among the actual people and conversed with them? If the answer is no, tf out my face. Nothing you can say refutes my experiences there.
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 4 months ago '17        #17
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 SimpinAintEz said
Had to take your a*s off ignore to see wtf you were rambling about. Have you been to the land? Have you been among the actual people and conversed with them? If the answer is no, tf out my face. Nothing you can say refutes my experiences there.
Been amongst the Jews of Israel?

Whatever U be that black guy cappin fit Israeli jews.


Just provided wonderful proof ur black experience is not all they got 2 offer.....

 4 months ago '13        #18
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 Stand Tall said
Been amongst the Jews of Israel?

Whatever U be that black guy cappin fit Israeli jews.


Just provided wonderful proof ur black experience is not all they got 2 offer.....
Sooooo your answer is no. Youíve never once set foot in the land, nor been among/ conversed with the actual people. You provided words from media and politicians. I provided real world experience.
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Sooooo your answer is no. You’ve never once set foot in the land, nor been among/ conversed with the actual people. You provided words from media and politicians. I provided real world experience.
Were you in tel-a-viv?

So you do think trumps words have influence on the people here in the US?

U wanna defend one form of supremacy but bash trump because a couple of Jews u got cool with?

U can’t even acknowledge reality

U just prefer ur personal experience as what it’s like for all blacks there


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Were you in tel-a-viv?

So you do think trumps words have influence on the people here in the US?

U wanna defend one form of supremacy but bash trump?
Spent time in Tel Aviv, Ashdod, Jerusalem, etc. I pretty much explored everywhere I could with the time allotted.

Now you’re desperately resorting to deflection about sh*t I never mentioned, let alone defended.

You keep living your life based on what you read on a computer/ see on a television, meanwhile, I’ll keep actually getting out in the real world and seeing what reality is with my own eyes.


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 SimpinAintEz said
Spent time in Tel Aviv, Ashdod, Jerusalem, etc. I pretty much explored I could with the time allotted.

Now you’re desperately resorting to deflection about sh*t I never mentioned, let alone defended.
U had a personal wonderful extended tourist visit and think ur personal experience is what life is like for black people over there.

Posted an article with powerful and influential rabbis and the leader of that country and u wanna blow that off as USA political talk.

Yes that is u defending their Jewish supremacy on land that they just took.

Are you a black Jew? U got zero excuses if not.
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They are their own country, they don't need to be governed by our laws or ideals.



America is heading the direction of a borderless fu*king country and lots of American identity has already been lost, America won't even be America in 30 years. sh*t's for real gonna be little Mexico.



If Israel wants to be Israel in 30 years, they need to keep it Israeli. I don't blame countries for not bringing in outsiders.

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They are their own country, they don't need to be governed by our laws or ideals.



America is heading the direction of a borderless fu*king country and lots of American identity has already been lost, America won't even be America in 30 years. sh*t's for real gonna be little Mexico.



If Israel wants to be Israel in 30 years, they need to keep it Israeli. I don't blame countries for not bringing in outsiders.

They need our money.....and it’s a made up country on stolen land.
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U had a personal wonderful extended tourist visit and think ur personal experience is what life is like for black people over there.

Posted an article with powerful and influential rabbis and the leader of that country and u wanna blow that off as USA political talk.

Yes that is u defending their Jewish supremacy on land that they just took.

Are you a black Jew? U got zero excuses if not.
You have zero real world experience and make your judgements based upon sh*t fed to you from media outlets and politicians. I can only imagine what the rest of the world thinks of the U.S. if they use the same means of judging a land as you do. Fukk out my face.

Iím have ACTUAL BLACK ISRAELI FRIENDS dipsh*t. Iíll take my info from the source over your ignorant a*s any day.

Also, Israelis didnít ďtakeĒ the land moron:

On November 29, 1947, the United Nations General a*sembly adopted Resolution 181 (also known as the Partition Resolution) that would divide Great Britainís former Palestinian mandate into Jewish and Arab states in May 1948. Under the resolution, the area of religious significance surrounding Jerusalem would remain under international control administered by the United Nations. The Palestinian Arabs refused to recognize this arrangement, which they regarded as favorable to the Jews and unfair to the Arab population that would remain in Jewish territory under the partition. The United States sought a middle way by supporting the United Nations resolution, but also encouraging negotiations between Arabs and Jews in the Middle East.

The United Nations resolution sparked conflict between Jewish and Arab groups within Palestine. f*ghting began with attacks by irregular bands of Palestinian Arabs attached to local units of the Arab Liberation Army composed of volunteers from Palestine and neighboring Arab countries.

These groups launched their attacks against Jewish cities, settlements, and armed forces. The Jewish forces were composed of the Haganah, the underground militia of the Jewish community in Palestine, and two small irregular groups, the Irgun, and LEHI. The goal of the Arabs was initially to block the Partition Resolution and to prevent the establishment of the Jewish state. The Jews, on the other hand, hoped to gain control over the territory allotted to them under the Partition Plan.

After Israel declared its independence on May 14, 1948, the f*ghting intensified with other Arab forces joining the Palestinian Arabs in attacking territory in the former Palestinian mandate. On the eve of May 14, the Arabs launched an air attack on Tel Aviv, which the Israelis resisted. This action was followed by the invasion of the former Palestinian mandate by Arab armies from Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, and Egypt. Saudi Arabia sent a formation that fought under the Egyptian command.

British trained forces from Transjordan eventually intervened in the conflict, but only in areas that had been designated as part of the Arab state under the United Nations Partition Plan and the corpus separatum of Jerusalem. After tense early f*ghting, Israeli forces, now under joint command, were able to gain the offensive.

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 Stand Tall said
They need our money.....and itís a made up country on stolen land.
And China has held more than $1 trillion in U.S. debt every year since 2010. What's your point?

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