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8-year-old boy deported to Poland    Shiri Hadar
1. I don't get it ,...
First you say that the father is part of a group fighting the deportation and later that he's refusing to recognize the child - As for mom and the child you can add them to an enlightened bunch that have experienced what Israel is all about ,...
split ,   US   (12.19.12)
2. Half jews are the part of the jewish nation
Only in Hungary live at least 50000. Majority of them feel belonging to the jewish people. What the Supreme Court did is a crude crime ! But no problem they will allow the immigration of thousands of african cannibals instead.
Istvan ,   BUDAPEST HUNGARY   (12.19.12)
3. No 2
Agree 100 %. Throughout all generations the Jews have got mixed with others and this is the trend in the modern world and need to be accepted by those who believe they are better than the others. No one has direct line .............! bob-paris
bob ,   paris   (12.19.12)
4. NR 1 SPLIT brains
Split brains I have seen your hatefull posts for along time now, it seems that you are a compulsive obsesive Israel hater. Reading is not your strongest side neither is understanding, Ynet wrote a very clear article about the situation, Go back and read the article again, it was a father of one of the boys Daniel grew up with. Knowing you even pointing out a real fact will not stop your obsesive compulsion hatred, my advice get a life and leave us be, we do manage very well without your rubbish opinions.
DAVID ,   JUDEA   (12.19.12)
5. Shame on you-State of Israel..!!
Cohen,Israel   (12.19.12)
6. Ynet, why do you call "father" a man who is not!
The mother was telling lies to illegally stay in Israel
nrg   (12.19.12)
7. # 1 - You didn't get it
.. the father of a boy who studied with Daniel (Daniel is the deported child). Not Daniel's father. Do you get it now?
Yaara ,   Israel   (12.19.12)
8. No 1. It is not the child's father. It is the father
of one of the Chiled's friend.
(12.19.12)
9. #1, learnt to read
it is the father of a child who studies with this kid.
Danny   (12.19.12)
10. It's better for her and her child.
It's better for her and her child to live in Europe. The boy will be grateful for that.
Albrecht ,   EU   (12.19.12)
11. Absurd
Infiltrated Israel? How does landing at BG airport with a Polish passport for which no visa is required to enter Israel, constitute INFILTRATION? Deporting a child who was born here just because he is not of a particular religious persuasion is disgusting beyond belief. This absurdity must stop.
Mike Carmel ,   Rishon le Zion   (12.19.12)
12. Poland is anti-semitic and the boy will learn quickly
not to talk about Israel or his Jewish father who obviously is not worthy of the name, Man or Jew, to abandon his son to a possible fate that Jews sent to Poland know so well. But most of them are ashes from ovens.
Rivkah   (12.19.12)
13. So lets deport all Israeli kids born in the US
Sarah ,   NY USA   (12.19.12)
14. #6 - one immaculate conception enough
This is the land of miracles but the kid must have a biological father. If some man in Israel denies being the father, the state must have means to prove it either way beyond doubt. "[A]n Israeli refusing to recognize the child" - so what? If he is the father, his must provide for his child even if it was born to a shiksa. I do not see why this woman would want to stay in Israel for any other reason than the welfare of her child. Asia is not something Europeans can enjoy in the long run.
Tomek ,   Poland   (12.19.12)
15. to #13 Sara
go read the 14th Amendment. Different jurisdiciion, different rules. Note I am not cheering this deportation. I am just saying that alleged paternity is like alleged rape.... it must be proved in court. To say otherwise is to invite the return of chaos. Chaos will not be kind to females.
Bluegrass Picker ,   Afula   (12.19.12)
16. boy deported to Poland
I don't know the whole story about the mother and the relationship between her and the boy's so-called father. But I supposed that the Justice Department obliged the latter to give a DNA-sample. If he's the real father: let him pay for the livelihood of the mother and her son (until the boy is adult), plus retroactive to the birth of that child.
Toledano Jean-Pierre ,   Israel   (12.19.12)
17. so far the facts are,
the mother is not a Jew. She is an illegal alien from Poland and is a national of Poland. As the father is not named ( if I read this correctly ) no one is even certain that the father is a Jew or, even a legal citizen of Israel. I don't know all of the facts but, seems to me that the mother had adequate time to file the proper paperwork with the authorities if she had meant for them both to stay in Israel. Her frequent trips to Poland and reentering Israel also shows her heart is there. This could open the legal door ( A precedent ?) to other deportations yet to come.
big bad Jew ,   United States   (12.19.12)
18. # 14 Everybody wants to live in Israel.
Illegals from every non Jewish nation wants to live in Israel and not be Jews. Makes you think, what would Israel be like if no Jews lived there, a malaria filled swamp as when the Jews came home? It is up to the Israeli courts as to whom is legally qualified to "stay in Israel for any other reason than the welfare of her child." Logically, the mother must be a Jew. ( No proof of that and no grandparent on her side either was a Jew ) The father is not named directly making the child's parentage more confusing. The court is charged with this responsibility, thankfully. Israel's laws, Israel's decisions.
big bad Jew ,   United States   (12.19.12)
19. # 13 Sarah NYC USA Ever hear of Dual Citizenship'?
The Polish mother never bothered to become a legal resident or citizen of Israel. She is a Polish citizen. The father is not named.....
big bad Jew ,   United States   (12.19.12)
20. There's a lot left unsaid...
Did the mother get pregnant to have an "anchor"? Why did the biological father reject his son? Lastly, why didn't the court allow them to remain in Israel until it rendered its decision? I'd like to know the answers before I condemn anyone.
M. Davison ,   Ra'anana, Israel   (12.19.12)
21. #12
You are being paranoid, Rivkah.
Tomek ,   Poland   (12.19.12)
22. "Daniel is very sad" I'm very sad too
He was Jewish in his heart and also from his father side, he was descent of our ancient people of the Israelites. It makes a very bad name for us, I'm very sad about it. :-(( It's okay to deport Muslim immigrants who just cause troubles, but this Polish guy definetely did not deserve it.
Jewish Patriot ,   Galut   (12.19.12)
23. #1 You don't get it because
you are in too much of a hurry to post your usual attack on Israel. #10 She and the child obviously don't think so. Bad decision Israel,let's hope it's overturned. 'An Israeli refusing to recognise the child' sounds like the sort of terminology that most fair minded people would be critical of.
Get Real ,   UK   (12.19.12)
24. Child's home is Poland
Why do you folks consider that biological father of the child is Jewish? Maybe he is Arab, from PA? I either don't understand all this outcry about Polish woman and her child return HOME to Poland. You can blame Israeli government only for delay of deportation, it must had been happened 8 years before.
Chris ,   Austria   (12.19.12)
25. Shame on you Israel
You are supposed to be the light unto the nations!! It seems the light is off!! Remember the Ten Commendments ,Remember the inquisition under the rule of Isabelle the Catholic ,remember the second world war, remember the jewish refugees, remember humanity!! Yet Israel you are heartless. What happened to your suffering, couldn't you extend your hand to a mother and child? I am sickened , disgusted by your behaviour.
Peter Townsen ,   London UK   (12.19.12)
26. Hello hypocrites
The Ministry is SIMPLY following law. This lady is 100% responsible for her behaviour/sons' sadness. SHE entered Israel ILLEGALLY and this is what (finally) happened. We're executing law, as the Ministry should. We're not the EU with their selfdestructiveness.
Yoch ,   Y'layim   (12.19.12)
27. Sad story but...
All countries have and enforce immigration laws. Each year the United States deports 1000's of US citizens who are too young or have no one to stay with in the US and leave with their parent(s).
David Masada ,   Montreal, Canada   (12.19.12)
28. Has anyone bothered to ask ...
... if the child can even speak Hebrew? For all we know, he doesn't. His mother certainly doesn't, that's evident from the Court transcripts which show that a translator was present for all the legal proceedings. Perhaps daddy is an Arab. That would certainly explain why he is refusing to recognize the child. In which case, the child is DOUBLY not Jewish! No claim to Israeli citizenship. Sorry, but the mother has had a very long time in which to secure a means to remain in Israel. She didn't. Too bad. Birth in a particular country does not secure citizenship. Just ask any number of children born in the United States of illegal aliens who have been deported.
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (12.19.12)
29. To: No. 1
Oh, shut up. My mother and my father, z"l, were born in Poland to Jews who were born in Poland whose parents and grandparents and great grandparents were all Polish. Yet, they were not considered Poles. Go figure. Then, go soak your idiot head.
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (12.19.12)
30. To: Istvan at No. 2
Don't assume facts not in evidence. Why do you assume a priori that the child's father is Jewish? The strong likelihood is that he is an Arab, which makes the child half-Polish, half-Arab. His birth was never even registered. He has no claim to Israeli citizenship.
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (12.19.12)
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