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fleaflo

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*snicker* This story is a winner!

JERUSALEM — An Israeli company has required thousands of Chinese workers to sign a contract promising not to have sex with Israelis or try to convert them, a police spokesperson said today.

According to the document, male workers cannot come into contact with Israeli women — including prostitutes — become their lovers or marry them, spokesperson Rafi Yaffe said. He said there was nothing illegal about the requirement and no investigation had been opened against the company.

The labourers are also forbidden in the contract from engaging in any religious or political activity. Those who violate the agreement will be sent back to China at their own expense.

About 260,000 foreigners work in Israel, having replaced Palestinian labourers during three years of fighting. When the government first began to allow the entrance of the foreign workers in the late 1990s, ministers warned of a "social time bomb" caused by workers assimilating with Israelis.

More than half the workers are in the country illegally. Israeli police have increased efforts to deport those working without permits in light of high Israeli unemployment, which has reached 11 per cent in recent months.

Israeli advocates of foreign workers — who come also from Thailand, the Philippines and Romania — say they are held by employers in nearly slave-like conditions and their bosses frequently take their passports and refuse to pay them.

A spokesperson for the Labour and Social Affairs Ministry did not return calls requesting comment.
 

man_slut

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Never mind just saw the link at the top of your post...TY.

That's some freaky shit. How frigin paranoid do you have to be to make “the Chinese” sign a contract so they don’t “taint” their gene pool!
 
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Arnold Drummond

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Originally posted by man_slut
Never mind just saw the link at the top of your post...TY.

That's some freaky shit. How frigin paranoid do you have to be to make “the Chinese” sign a contract so they don’t “taint” their gene pool!
Have you seen what "those people" can do to your gene pool *shudder*
 

Littlest Hobo

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If I were Chinese and over there I would impregnate each and every willing lady I could find. Create a master race of Chinews, as it were. Stickin' it to them.
 
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aCro`

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ATTENTION - do not avoid israeli women! They do give great skull.

but, to ensure safety in the good old north american way:

WARNING:

Never argue with them.

If there is to be interaction with family members avoid exposing your background as a unworthy goy.

If NOT circumsized, BE CAREFUL! it's the first time they see an instrument like this... they might get overexcited and they might react like a 7 year-old does when they get a new toy.


Fail to follow these instructions and say goodbye to your proskin. But in the end... if shit happens, better get circumsized by a hot woman, than an old guy with a beard.
 

man_slut

TRIBE Member
Don't forget about Israel's marriage laws:

Israel targets Jerusalem's Palestinians
By Laila El-Haddad in Gaza
http://english.aljazeera.net/NR/exeres/1B4E92BA-A61B-4C6B-B8A2-52627BFC3663.htm

Sunday 28 December 2003, 20:36 Makka Time, 17:36 GMT


A slew of measures force Palestinians out of Jerusalem


Yasir Abu Mghair lives in the Jerusalem suburb of Beit Safafa. His wife of seven years comes from Yabta village near Hebron.


However, since Yasir is an Israeli resident, he cannot visit Yabta without prior planning and, due to an Israeli law passed last summer, his wife who holds a West Bank identity card cannot stay with him in Jerusalem.

As a result, the Abu Mghair family lives incognito, avoiding checkpoints, hospitals and government institutions.

The law is the latest in a series of measures by the Israeli government, aimed at reducing the number of Palestinians living in Jerusalem.

It bars West Bank or Gaza Palestinians from obtaining residency status or family re-unification permits in Israel or occupied East Jerusalem by marriage to an Israeli citizen or city resident.

To slowly force Palestinian residents out of the city, the Israeli Ministry of Interior is increasingly using Land expropriations, identity card seizure, exorbitant taxes and difficult-to-obtain building, family reunion and residency permits.

“Our occupation is of a different kind than in the West Bank or Gaza. It has a clear strategy of annexing the land of East Jerusalem while not annexing the people, but transferring them.”

Huda al-Amin, director,
Centre for Jerusalem Studies

This will alter the demographic balance and ultimately predetermine the future status of Jerusalem.

“Our occupation is of a different kind than in the West Bank or Gaza,” said Huda al-Amin, director of the Centre for Jerusalem Studies.

"It has a clear strategy of annexing the land of East Jerusalem while not annexing the people, but transferring them,” she added.

According to the Israeli Human Rights group B’tselem, the development of East Jerusalem, since its illegal annexation in 1967, has been based on political considerations designed to strengthen the Israeli control over the city, by creating a decisive majority of Jews.

In 1972, the Inter-ministerial Committee to Examine the Rate of Development for Jerusalem, otherwise known as the Gafni Committee, determined that a “demographic balance of Jews and Arabs must be maintained as it was at the end of 1972”.

The ratio was set at 73.5% Jews to 26.5% Palestinians.

To this end, Israel constructed about 39,000 housing units
throughout East Jerusalem on land mainly expropriated from
Palestinians following the 1967 war, and has encouraged Jews, especially those living abroad, to settle in them.

Israeli harassment


Peace activists plant olive trees
to protest Jerusalem settlements

Palestinians, who at 200,000 make up approximately 32% of the city’s total population, are not allowed to build or live on this land and obtaining a building permit for other areas in the city is a costly and lengthy process.

As a result, most are forced to rent or leave the city altogether.

Meanwhile, through the 1950 Israeli Law of Return, Jews from any part of the world are guaranteed a right to Israeli citizenship and as a result a right to live in the city.

The irony of this situation has not escaped American Jerusalemites like Deema, who was denied a residency permit because she lives abroad.

Deema says the Israeli measures to force her out of the city are intolerable.

She recalled her encounter with two young American Jews who recently made Jerusalem their home and intended to move into the Old City.

“The irony is painful. Here are two women, both my age, who have lived their entire lives in New Jersey. They have no family in Jerusalem or Israel.

"Everything about them is American. And yet within a matter of months they were able to settle in the city with financial support and hold new Israeli passports,” Deema said.

Different laws

“There is no way I would agree to give up my rights to my home. So right now I’m waiting for a solution, before I decide to return.”

Abu Khalid,
Palestinian expatriate

Palestinians who already possess Jerusalem identity cards are increasingly finding it difficult to maintain their residency status in Jerusalem.

A law passed by former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government in the late 1990s, declared that any Palestinian who has not lived in the city for seven continuous years loses his residency rights.

The Netanyahu law, whose time limit has since been changed to three years, does not apply to Israeli Jews.

Palestinians expatriates, like Cleveland-based Abu Khalid, are particularly vulnerable to this law. Although he holds a Jerusalem identity card, he was unable to attend his parents’ funerals in Jerusalem a few years ago.

Abu Khalid feared he would be forced to sign a document on his way back to the United States, forgoing his status as a Jerusalem resident and thereby his right to live in the city at any point in the future.

Such tactics are commonly employed by the Israeli Ministry of Interior to enforce the three-year law.


Israel denies family reunion
rights to Palestinians

By not returning, he can at the least guarantee his identity card will not be confiscated. On the other hand, Abu Khalid has been unable to visit his family.

It is the sort of decision that many Jerusalem residents who live abroad are forced to make to retain their residency status.

“There is no way I would agree to give up my rights to my home,” said Abu Khalid. "So right now I’m waiting for a solution, before I decide to return.”

Restricted benefits

East Jerusalemites have a political status unique among Palestinians. They are considered neither Israeli nor Palestinian citizens, but rather “permanent residents” of East Jerusalem.

Nevertheless, Israel requires them to pay all the taxes that ''full-fledged'' citizens of the state pay, including the municipality tax, income tax, value-added tax (VAT) and most recently, a TV tax.

“The Jerusalem Municipality has about 40% of its income from Arabs, but spends about 5% on us”

Hisham al-Bakri,
East Jerusalem resident

However, they do not receive equivalent benefits. The physical infrastructure of East Jerusalem is neglected and public services are poor or non-existent in many suburbs of the city.

“The Jerusalem Municipality has about 40% of its income from Arabs, but spends about 5% on us,” said East Jerusalem resident Hisham al-Bakri.

“Residents of the old city live in a ghetto and from a social and psychological angle it affects them. The families are getting bigger; over 15 people live in something like 10 square metres or so on average.

"In addition, there are a lot of settlements in and around the old city; that provokes people and makes our lives difficult,” added Huda al-Imam.

Heavy price

While the familiar blue Jerusalem ID card is the object of envy for many West Bank and Gaza residents, who rarely get a chance to visit the Old City, it remains a mixed bag for Jerusalemites.

"... demographic balance of Jews and Arabs must be maintained as it was at the end of 1972”

Gafni Committee, Israel

“We are paying for it with gold, more than what it's worth and West Bank residents envy us for it. But since we live in Jerusalem, we must pay the price or leave,” said al-Bakri, who was forced to sell his house and rent instead, in order to keep up with the hefty fees of the city.

“They’ll find any excuse to make you pay extra. And in the end, if you don’t pay they either imprison you or take your hawia [ID card] away.”

At the end of the day, most say their ID card is well worth the price if it means they can remain in the city their ancestors had called home for centuries.

“Of course, I will stay despite all of this. The more pressure they put on us, the more incentive we have to stay put.”
 
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Ditto Much

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Christ a government order banning me from having sex with specific wome.


Thats a better challange than a girl named Angel
 

man_slut

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by Subsonic Chronic
Thread reminded me of this article from satire wire:

RELIGIOUS MERGER CREATES 900 MILLION HINJEWS.
"On paper, this was a textbook alliance — two smaller competitors join forces to take on a larger adversary," said New Delhi resident Chandra Gopan. "But the synergies are just not there. For instance, I still believe I must pursue my own dharmic path to ultimate happiness, but when I get there, I just know my mother will find something wrong with it."
 
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