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In Tel Aviv, Sudanese migrants say Israel making peace with a rotten regime

Date: 26.10.20 Source: Times of Israel, Simona Weinglass

On October 23, US President Donald Trump called the White House press corps into the Oval Office to announce a “historic” and “very s

Israel-Sudan Agreement Will Ease Deportation of Asylum Seekers, Sources Say

Date: 25.10.20 Source: Haaretz, Lee Yaron

The planned normalization of relations with Sudan will facilitate the repatriation of asylum seekers back to that northeast African country, sources in Israel say.

This Sudanese Asylum Seeker From Tel Aviv Could Be Competing in Next Year's Olympics

Date: 4.7.20 Source: Haaretz, Allison Kaplan Sommer

Much ink has been spilled on the deep disappointment of athletes who had trained hard for years, looking forward to competing in this summer’s Tokyo Olympics, but then had their dreams put on hold when the Games were postponed until 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic.

What is behind Israel’s warming ties to Sudan?

Date: 1.3.20 Source: +972 Mag, Inbal Ben Yehuda

A meeting last month between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the interim leader of Sudan, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, caused widespread uproar over the perceived normalization of ties between the two countries.

Connecting in the Kitchen: Israeli Initiative Brings Asylum Seekers and Locals Together Through Cooking Sessions

Date: 28.11.19 Source: Haaretz, Vered Lee

“Orange lentils, okra, eggplant, peppers, peanut spread, cucumbers, tomatoes, onions” – Haled Ahmed is presenting the ingredients of a meal that he will make along with 10 participants in his food workshop.

'Israel Won't Take Care of Me - I'll Go Die in My Homeland, in Dangerous Sudan'

Date: 15.5.19 Source: Lee Yaron, Haaretz

Following three strokes that left M., 59, impaired and unable to obtain adequate medical treatment because of his asylum seeker status in Israel, he decided he had no choice but to return to Sudan - at least he'll die in his homeland, he says. 

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