The article kinda leaves out the major points there.

Specifically Shaked noted that the woman in question is not of an age group where FGM is actually on the table for her, so the claimed threat didn't really exist. Further Israel's asylum laws require that a person belongs to the groupings Israel allows.

Specifically, an asylum seeker must prove they are of a race, religion, nationality, or have membership in a particular social group or political opinion that is threatened. "Woman" was deemed as too broad and all-encompassing, it would set a precedent that basically anybody can demand asylum at any time on the grounds that their home country is a shitty place, which is well beyond what Israel should reasonably be expected to accommodate.
Speaking of Israeli politics: Assuming Netanyahu successfully formed new government?
 
@GoldRanger @Marduk Question for you guys: Once Israel will become overpopulated, would it be realistic for a lot of Israeli Jews who still want to have a lot of kids to move abroad? If so, might this be a golden opportunity for the EU's Eastern European member countries to open their doors wide open to Israeli Jews? AFAIK, Eastern Europeans nowadays are probably much more hostile towards Muslims than they are towards Jews, and if they really miss their historical Jewish populations, then they should welcome Israeli Jewish immigrants with open arms. Plus, due to dysgenics and the Mizrahi ancestry of a lot of them, these new Jews won't be a cognitive elite in their countries like their old Jewish populations were. So, perhaps less room for resentment.
 
@GoldRanger @Marduk Question for you guys: Once Israel will become overpopulated, would it be realistic for a lot of Israeli Jews who still want to have a lot of kids to move abroad? If so, might this be a golden opportunity for the EU's Eastern European member countries to open their doors wide open to Israeli Jews? AFAIK, Eastern Europeans nowadays are probably much more hostile towards Muslims than they are towards Jews, and if they really miss their historical Jewish populations, then they should welcome Israeli Jewish immigrants with open arms. Plus, due to dysgenics and the Mizrahi ancestry of a lot of them, these new Jews won't be a cognitive elite in their countries like their old Jewish populations were. So, perhaps less room for resentment.
Jesus, can you stop bothering me with immigration to Israel questions?
 
I had to put @WolfBear on the ignore list because of the nagging questions he flooded onto the Post 1900 forum

Some of my AH questions are of high-quality:


 
@GoldRanger @Marduk Question for you guys: Once Israel will become overpopulated, would it be realistic for a lot of Israeli Jews who still want to have a lot of kids to move abroad? If so, might this be a golden opportunity for the EU's Eastern European member countries to open their doors wide open to Israeli Jews? AFAIK, Eastern Europeans nowadays are probably much more hostile towards Muslims than they are towards Jews, and if they really miss their historical Jewish populations, then they should welcome Israeli Jewish immigrants with open arms. Plus, due to dysgenics and the Mizrahi ancestry of a lot of them, these new Jews won't be a cognitive elite in their countries like their old Jewish populations were. So, perhaps less room for resentment.
So, this scenario filters for those who want a lot of children, and aren't rich\educated enough to go to USA like they traditionally would.
Those would be mostly the poorest Haredim. They would like to be accommodated like they are in Israel currently, at minimum in part. For one Eastern Europe will not like that idea at all and is more likely to tell them that straight out than, say, Germany.
Especially if socioeconomic situation in Israel gets bad enough that Jews would want to immigrate to them.
 
So, this scenario filters for those who want a lot of children, and aren't rich\educated enough to go to USA like they traditionally would.
Those would be mostly the poorest Haredim. They would like to be accommodated like they are in Israel currently, at minimum in part. For one Eastern Europe will not like that idea at all and is more likely to tell them that straight out than, say, Germany.
Especially if socioeconomic situation in Israel gets bad enough that Jews would want to immigrate to them.

The thing with having them relocate to Germany is that there are a lot of Muslims there who wouldn't necessarily be very pleased by the idea of living next to visibly Jewish people. In contrast, Intermarium doesn't have a Muslim problem--not yet, at least. And I suspect that they would want to be treated in Intermarium similar to how the USA treats them and their co-fellows.
 
The thing with having them relocate to Germany is that there are a lot of Muslims there who wouldn't necessarily be very pleased by the idea of living next to visibly Jewish people. In contrast, Intermarium doesn't have a Muslim problem--not yet, at least. And I suspect that they would want to be treated in Intermarium similar to how the USA treats them and their co-fellows.
Why would Haradeim be better than Muslims? Neither group is Christian, and neither group is economically productive as they are religious groups who self segregate, also their kids that leave their religion are likely to go super liberal and start the cycle all over again.
 
Why would Haradeim be better than Muslims? Neither group is Christian, and neither group is economically productive as they are religious groups who self segregate, also their kids that leave their religion are likely to go super liberal and start the cycle all over again.

Haredim probably have a higher average IQ than Muslims have. Ashkenazi Jews are notorious for their high IQ, and most Haredim are Ashkenazis, albeit of the duller variety. US Orthodox Jews still have an average IQ comparable to that of white gentiles:


Also, in Eastern Europe and really anywhere outside of Israel, there would be more incentives for Haredim to work since they won't as easily be able to rely on government gibsmedats. And Haredim generally don't have a problem with murdering people who engage in Judeophobic speech (even Holocaust denial) like Muslims have with their bad apples who are eager to murder people over Muhammad cartoons and other Islamophobic speech (ex.: Hadi Matar's recent attack on Salman Rushdie).
 
The thing with having them relocate to Germany is that there are a lot of Muslims there who wouldn't necessarily be very pleased by the idea of living next to visibly Jewish people. In contrast, Intermarium doesn't have a Muslim problem--not yet, at least. And I suspect that they would want to be treated in Intermarium similar to how the USA treats them and their co-fellows.
Yeah, that's not happening. These are nation-states who are managing to get along only thanks to shared interests despite overall cultural similarity. How does a quite different group from far away fit into that puzzle? It doesn't.
Haredim probably have a higher average IQ than Muslims have. Ashkenazi Jews are notorious for their high IQ, and most Haredim are Ashkenazis, albeit of the duller variety. US Orthodox Jews still have an average IQ comparable to that of white gentiles:


Also, in Eastern Europe and really anywhere outside of Israel, there would be more incentives for Haredim to work since they won't as easily be able to rely on government gibsmedats. And Haredim generally don't have a problem with murdering people who engage in Judeophobic speech (even Holocaust denial) like Muslims have with their bad apples who are eager to murder people over Muhammad cartoons and other Islamophobic speech (ex.: Hadi Matar's recent attack on Salman Rushdie).
Incentives, yes. But they would not be happy with it. So if their numbers manage to pick up, they start getting into politics to get more support and accommodations. Local nationalists respond with calls for cutting this migration and deporting them.
 
Yeah, that's not happening. These are nation-states who are managing to get along only thanks to shared interests despite overall cultural similarity. How does a quite different group from far away fit into that puzzle? It doesn't.

Incentives, yes. But they would not be happy with it. So if their numbers manage to pick up, they start getting into politics to get more support and accommodations. Local nationalists respond with calls for cutting this migration and deporting them.

Are you suggesting that this will simply result in a return of the "Jewish problem" to Intermarium, as was perceived to be the case in the interwar era, when Poland, et cetera tried to encourage its Jews to emigrate en masse?

They'd need quite a lot of political power in order to change things, and that will take quite a while. And deporting them will be difficult if they will already become Polish, et cetera citizens by then, though Yes, further immigration of them can certainly be curtailed. I haven't heard of a sizable Haredi lobby here in the US, but maybe I'm missing something? Am I?
 
Are you suggesting that this will simply result in a return of the "Jewish problem" to Intermarium, as was perceived to be the case in the interwar era, when Poland, et cetera tried to encourage its Jews to emigrate en masse?
More or less.
They'd need quite a lot of political power in order to change things, and that will take quite a while. And deporting them will be difficult if they will already become Polish, et cetera citizens by then, though Yes, further immigration of them can certainly be curtailed.
Exactly, if you could think two or three steps into this, you think other people can't?
I haven't heard of a sizable Haredi lobby here in the US, but maybe I'm missing something? Am I?
You haven't heard of it because it's not there, it's not there because it's mostly in Israel, and it's in Israel because as of now no other country in the world will give them nearly as many favors as Israel.
But change that last factor, and it may start going places.
10% of all Jews or 0.15% of total population is not enough to form a lobby you would hear of.
Though there were some local tensions already where there is a larger density of them.
 
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More or less.

Exactly, if you could think two or three steps into this, you think other people can't?

You haven't heard of it because it's not there, it's not there because it's in Israel, and it's in Israel because as of now no other country in the world will give them nearly as many favors as Israel.
But change that last factor, and it may start going places.

It's quite interesting, though, that out of US Haredim only a minority actually want to immigrate to Israel. And yet here in the US, they don't appear to be trying to create a lobby of their own--not yet, at least.

Quite interesting that Western haredim used to be hostile towards Zionism but now are friendlier towards it:

 
It's quite interesting, though, that out of US Haredim only a minority actually want to immigrate to Israel. And yet here in the US, they don't appear to be trying to create a lobby of their own--not yet, at least.
Filtering, most of those who wanted to already did. And obviously they don't have the numbers for a remotely effective lobby, half a million people in USA is not much.
Quite interesting that Western haredim used to be hostile towards Zionism but now are friendlier towards it:

I wonder how much the legal status and favors that come with it play a role there.
 
Filtering, most of those who wanted to already did. And obviously they don't have the numbers for a remotely effective lobby, half a million people in USA is not much.

I wonder how much the legal status and favors that come with it play a role there.

Half a million people in Poland won't be very much either. It will be slightly over 1% of the total Polish population.

Possibly quite a significant role.
 
Half a million people in Poland won't be very much either. It will be slightly over 1% of the total Polish population.

Possibly quite a significant role.
Not very much, but in right circumstances enough to have few own representatives in local and national politics.
 

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