What is Israel's immigration policy?Do they have a refugee crisis? How does this democ nation treats its refugees fleeing war and famine?

By 2015, the Israeli government began giving Sudanese and Eritrean refugees a choice to either return to their home countries, move to another state, or be imprisoned.[13] Many migrants lived in facilities such as Saharonim Prison and similar ones, where they are free to leave during the day, but must return at... show more By 2015, the Israeli government began giving Sudanese and Eritrean refugees a choice to either return to their home countries, move to another state, or be imprisoned.[13] Many migrants lived in facilities such as Saharonim Prison and similar ones, where they are free to leave during the day, but must return at night or face imprisonment.[13]

During the spring of 2018, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reached a deal with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) to relocate many refugees into western nations over a period of five years. Israel agreed to grant temporary residency to those who remained.[14] The deal soon fell apart due to pressure from within Netanyahu's own government.[14].
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