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Immigration Policy and the Rise of Anti-Democratic Liberalism—the Case of Israel by Gadi Taub

Greg Ellis reads Immigration Policy and the Rise of Anti-Democratic Liberalism—the Case of Israel, Gadi Taub’s essay about how Israel is struggling to cope with a rising tide of illegal immigration. It was published in Quillette on 4th July 2019.

3 Comments

  1. Geary Johansen says

    Economic migrants are not asylum seekers. If you want to emigrate to a highly desirable country, find out what skills and knowledge are valued by the country you want to migrate to, get qualified and apply legally. Qualifications like occupational therapy used to top the charts of most points-based entry systems.

  2. Next2Godliness says

    Gadi Taub’s essay about how Israel is struggling to cope with a rising tide of illegal immigration.

    The “struggle” is made much easier by the big fences along Israel’s borders, which Israel somehow managed to build despite all the left-wing opposition to them. And somehow, despite being such a big, bad, un-Jewish racist and xenophobe, Benjamin Netanyahu keeps getting elected as prime minister. And Israel grants v. v. few asylum requests and has tough rules on citizenship.

    All in all, I don’t think Israel has much of a problem with illegal immigration compared to the US, UK, France and other goy nations. Or with legal immigration.

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