Israel Organizes Paid Migrant Deportation Squads to Get Rid of Asylum Seekers
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Israel is paying 100 civilians to work on forced migrant deportation squads.
The squad members will enforce laws against asylum seekers.
100 inspectors will be hired over two years, some to work for the voluntary repatriation program and others to enforce laws against asylum seekers and their employers.
The Population and Immigration Authority is offering a bonus of up to 30,000 shekels ($8,700) to civilians willing to temporarily serve as inspectors in the expulsion of asylum seekers.
On Sunday the authority published a notice that it is hiring 100 inspectors on a temporary basis for terms of two years, from March 2018, as well as 40 investigators for the unit that examines asylum requests.
The notice says the inspectors would work in the greater Tel Aviv area.