January 2013: Israel gave birth control to Ethiopian Jews without their consent

depo-provera

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/israel-gave-birth-control-to-ethiopian-jews-without-their-consent-8468800.html

Israel has admitted for the first time that it has been giving Ethiopian Jewish immigrants birth-control injections, often without their knowledge or consent.

The government had previously denied the practice but the Israeli Health Ministry’s director-general has now ordered gynaecologists to stop administering the drugs. According a report in Haaretz, suspicions were first raised by an investigative journalist, Gal Gabbay, who interviewed more than 30 women from Ethiopia in an attempt to discover why birth rates in the community had fallen dramatically.

One of the Ethiopian women who was interviewed is quoted as saying: “They [medical staff] told us they are inoculations. We took it every three months. We said we didn’t want to.” It is alleged that some of the women were forced or coerced to take the drug while in transit camps in Ethiopia.

The drug in question is thought to be Depo-Provera, which is injected every three months and is considered to be a highly effective, long-lasting contraceptive.

Nearly 100,000 Ethiopian Jews have moved to Israel under the Law of Return since the 1980s, but their Jewishness has been questioned by some rabbis. Last year, the Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, who also holds the health portfolio, warned that illegal immigrants from Africa “threaten our existence as a Jewish and democratic state”.

Haaretz published an extract from a letter sent by the Ministry of Health to units administering the drug. Doctors were told “not to renew prescriptions for Depo Provera for women of Ethiopian origin if for any reason there is concern that they might not understand the ramifications of the treatment”.

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“Nearly 100,000 Ethiopian Jews have moved to Israel under the Law of Return since the 1980s, but their Jewishness has been questioned by some rabbis.”

they want all the jews to come “home”..but some not so much..and they certainly dont want any more black or brown kids being born in israel..and the evidence is right here..

401

~ by seeker401 on January 27, 2015.

7 Responses to “January 2013: Israel gave birth control to Ethiopian Jews without their consent”

  1. I thought they were descended from Solomon and Sheba but dont know if they were DNA tested.

  2. Reblogged this on Real News Australia.

  3. Date on this is January 27, 2013.
    Gotta watch the old news. This came out in the alternative media, online, and I was already aware of it…the mainstream media (run by Jews) entirely ignored it, of course.

  4. Teargas used as Ethiopian Jews protest in Israel

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-32577452

    Police in Israel have fired tear gas and stun grenades in clashes with ethnic Ethiopians protesting about what they say is police brutality and racism.

    Earlier, thousands of Israeli Jews of Ethiopian origin had taken part in a rally in Tel Aviv.

    But the protests turned violent and some demonstrators tried to storm the city’s municipality building.

    At least 20 police officers were hurt and 26 people were arrested.

    Israeli police on horseback charged demonstrators in an effort to bring the situation under control.

    The protests came after a video emerged last week of an Israeli soldier of Ethiopian descent being beaten by police in Tel Aviv.

    Two police officers have since been suspended on suspicion of using excessive force.

    • The Queen of Sheba and Solomon will not be pleased. I think their DNA was tested at one point and was Jewish.

  5. Israel must eliminate racism – PM Netanyahu

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-32580708

    Israel’s prime minister has said racism in the country must be eliminated, after protests by Ethiopian Israelis against alleged discrimination.
    Benjamin Netanyahu spoke after meeting Ethiopian Israeli community leaders and an Ethiopian Israeli soldier, whose beating by police has fuelled tensions.
    A protest by Ethiopian Israelis on Sunday ended in clashes with police.
    Israel’s president said the community’s grievances “revealed an open and raw wound” at the heart of Israeli society.
    “We must look directly at this open wound,” Reuven Rivlin added. “We have erred. We did not look, and we did not listen enough.”
    At least 46 police and seven demonstrators were hurt in the clashes which followed the protest in Tel Aviv on Sunday night, officials said. Dozens of protesters were arrested, police said.

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