The Israel Immigration Policy Center was partner to the establishment of a very wide coalition from all across the Zionist spectrum, named the “Israeli Consensus.” The coalition acted to promote a document of principles for dealing with the phenomenon of illegal aliens, with a mission of also working with wide public agreement.
Among the organizations that were members of the coalition: The Dror Israel movement, the Institute of Zionist Strategy, the graduate movement of youth movement Hashomer Hatza’ir, Ne’emanei Torah ve’Avoda. My Israel, the Immigrant Camps, the Legal Forum for Israel, Otef Tahana Merkazit, the Kohelet Forum, the Tarbut movement, and the IALJL.
The coalition’s document of principles determined that refugee status requests must be examined, that a limited quota of people who were persecuted in their home countries and refugees from genocide should be accepted and that the illegal aliens should be returned to their countries or to safe third countries.
The document of principles:
הכתבה על הקואליציה בעיתון מעריב: