ISRAEL’S IMMIGRANT CHILDREN FIGHT DEPORTATION

August 24, 2010

More than 1,000 children born in Israel to migrant workers face deportation from the country at the end of this school year. The government is trying to reduce the number of foreign workers with no Jewish heritage in the country, even though many now have families who consider themselves Israeli. Katya Adler reports from Tel Aviv.

More than 1,000 children born in Israel to migrant workers face deportation from the country at the end of this school year. The government is trying to reduce the number of foreign workers with no Jewish heritage in the country, even though many now have families who consider themselves Israeli. Katya Adler reports from Tel Aviv.



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