Pinay OFW sa Israel nakakulong sa Givon Prison, ang kanyang dalawang anak ay nagtatago
Israel, Setyembre 3, 2019
Nakakalungkot pakinggan ang boses ng dalawang bata na nawalay sa kanilang ina na hinuli ng immigration authorities ng bansang Israel.
Si Alias K, 12-taon gulang na babae at ang 10-taon na nakakabatang kapatid na lalaki ay nagtatago para hindi mahuli ng awtoridad.
Lalabas lamang ang mga bata sa kanilang pinagtatagoan kung sila ay papasok sa eskwelahan at pagkatapos ng klase, ay magtatago ulit. Ganyan ang araw-araw na buhay ng dalawang bata mula nang hinuli ng immigration officers ang kanilang ina.
Ayon kay K, “I miss mom and want to be with her. Will we be here alone and mom will be in the Philippines?” “I want Mom to get out of jail,” Ms. K says. “I miss her and want to hug her. It’s hard for me without a mother. Will we be here alone and will mother be in the Philippines?”
Si Jodelyn, ang nanay ng dalawang bata ay nakakulong sa Givon Prison katulad ng iba pang mga foreign mothers and children na nahuli ng immigration authorities. Ilang beses daw siyang tinatanong ng awtoridad kung nasaan ang mga bata at ang kanyang sagot ay “I don’t want them here, in prison, it’s not a place for them.”.
Susubokan ni Jodelyn na magsampa ng apela para at makakalabas makakasama ang kanyang mga anak.
Pero nanindigan ang Population Authority ng pamahalaang Israel na dapat ang mapadeport ang mga foreign mothers and children.
Nasa baba ang link ng video at Hebrew News at ang English translation ng balita.
Patnubay Note: Noong nakaraang buwan, laman ng mga balita ang kwento nina Rosemary at Rohan Perez, ang pinakaunang foreign mother and child na nadeport palabas ng Israel.
Hebrew News Source: https://www.mako.co.il
(Google Translation of Hebrew News to English)
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After their mother was arrested by immigration authorities and refused to relocate, their 12-year-old K. and her younger brother had to go into hiding. From there, they only leave for school, and immediately return to hiding. “I miss mom and want to be with her. Will we be here alone and mom will be in the Philippines?”, K wonders
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It’s been a week that K’s 12-year-old has been hiding with her 10-year-old brother. In the morning they leave to go to school, and at the end of the school day they both return immediately to the hiding place they found. The reason: The two were born to a Filipino mother, who was arrested last week. If caught, they will face the danger of deportation along with their mother. “I don’t want to be alone, I want to be with my mom,” K says.
Following her arrest last week by immigration authorities, the mother, Jodelyn, was asked to hand over her children’s locations, but refused to cooperate. She has since been held in the Givon prison. “I was told, ‘Where are your kids?'” She said. “I don’t want them here, in prison, it’s not a place for them. It’s hard, I’m scared, “she said of her feelings.
This week, the two kids started the school year, but beyond school hours, they don’t allow themselves to stay outside the hiding place they found. “I want Mom to get out of jail,” Ms. K says. “I miss her and want to hug her. It’s hard for me without a mother. Will we be here alone and will Mother be in the Philippines?”
Both children are confused. On the one hand they want to be with their mother, but on the other they want to stay in Israel where they grew up, and are afraid to be arrested. The older sister told how she calmed down her younger brother who had trouble falling asleep: “I tell him that everything will be fine and that we stay here in Israel.”
Tomorrow noon is scheduled to hear about the mother’s case after she filed an appeal to release her home bail for her children. In addition, her request will be discussed to prevent her deportation from Israel. To date, one family of a child born and raised in Israel has been expelled and educated in the Israeli education system. Other children are awaiting discussions on matters and others are hiding, such as K. and her siblings, for fear of being caught.
The Population Authority said: This is an illegal stay that initially claimed to have children, it refuses to disclose the place of origin and later refused to cooperate on the matter and the truth cannot be deduced. Consequently, the conduct in front of her is as if she were an illegal resident. If you ask to join her children, we would love to help her out with them.