Christian Asylum Seekers Living in ‘Grim’ Israeli Detention Center

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More than two thousand asylum seekers, mostly Coptic Orthodox Christians from Eritrea, are living in an “isolated” and “grim” detention facility in southern Israel, according to members of a fact-finding mission sent by the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem. Holot is an open detention facility in the Negev for Suda…


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