Aid Organization for Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Israel

“We Stood, They Opened Fire”

Date: 30.4.14 Source: HRW
Killings and Arrests by Sudan’s Security Forces During the September Protests. A report by Human Rights Watch

Sudan COI Query Response

Date: 11.4.14 Source: ARC
This report presents country of origin information (COI) on Sudan up to 28th March 2014 on issues for research identified to be of relevance in refugee status determination for Sudanese nationals.

"I Wanted to Lie Down and Die"

Date: 11.2.14 Source: HRW
Trafficking and Torture of Eritreans in Sudan and Egypt. A report by Human Rights Watch (English)

African Asylum Seekers Arriving in Israel via the Sinai Desert

Date: 15.12.13 Source: Refugees' Rights Forum
Refugees' Rights Forum's position paper about the african asylum seekers arriving in Israel via the Sinai dessert.


Date: 15.12.13 Source: Refugees' Rights Forum
Refugees' Rights Forum's policy paper about the principle of non-refoulement of a person to a place in which he is expected to suffer danger to life, liberty, persecution or torture.

Despite Supreme Court Ruling, New Anti-Infiltration Law Amendment will Detain Asylum Seekers Indefinitely

Date: 3.12.13

Two months after the High Court struck down an amendment that allowed Israel to imprison asylum seekers for up to three years without trial, the Knesset is on the verge of passing a new amendment, which will permit the incarceration of asylum seekers entering

Hope on Hold: African Asylum Seekers in Israel

A Report by REFUGEES INTERNATIONAL, Oct. 2013 (English)

Deportation of South Sudanese from Israel

Date: 10.9.13 Source: FMR MAGAZINE
Israel’s aggressive campaign of arrest and deportation of South Sudanese asylum seekers contravenes the principle of non-refoulement and international standards for voluntary, dignified return. By Laurie Lijnders, FMR MAGAZINE (English)

Human Rights Situation in Sudan: Amnesty International’s joint written statement

Date: 29.8.13 Source: Amnesty International
The situation in Sudan remains critical. Two years after the secession of South Sudan, armed conflict continues to devastate large parts of Darfur, Southern Kordofan, and Blue Nile. The government has continued to repress fundamental rights and freedoms including through widespread arbitrary detention of perceived opponents and stifling independent media and civil society. A report by Amnesty International (English)