‘We are the forgotten people

With the advent of Passover, will more leaders and members of the Jewish community open their hearts and obey the Torah’s commands to show compassion to the strangers in our midst?

‘We are the forgotten people’: the anguish of Australia’s ‘invisible’ asylum seekers – Ben Doherty & Abdul Karim Hekmat – The Guardian 13.04.16
Nearly 29,000 asylum seekers are in Australia on temporary ‘bridging visas’. These people may be free from detention but – with many denied education, healthcare and the right to work – they remain locked in desperate poverty and with no idea what their futures hold.
See Guardian Australia investigation and video [1:50] here

And see:

‘Do not oppress the stranger’ February 16, 2016

History will record who resisted hatred, who didn’t
December 26, 2015

What are Australian Jews doing to ‘welcome the stranger’?
December 12, 2015