MK May Golan attacked the decision of the "Advisory Committee" to allow an infiltrator from Eritrea "family reunification with family members who had made their way into Israel from Ethiopia."
"Another dangerous precedent is the lack of enforcement of a regulated and permanent immigration policy. Only recently did the Refugee Advisory Committee allow the reunification of the family of an infiltrator from Eritrea," wrote Golan.
"Do you understand what's going on here?! Under the auspices of Supreme Court judges, relatively young illegal infiltrators with multiple children will be allowed free entrance. An economic paradise for illegal immigration across the world," Golan quipped.
"I do not even want to imagine what will happen if a left-wing government comes to power with [Labor's] Michaeli and [Meretz chairman] Horowitz leading the way," she noted. "As far as they're concerned, it does not matter whether you're Jewish or an illegal infiltrator. The key for them is to alter the demographic majority in the State of Israel."
"If family reunification becomes a priority for a routine procedure, we will end up seeing hundreds of thousands of infiltrators from around the world and their families in Israel in under a decade," she continued.
"Our left-wing has apparently forgotten that the Refugee Convention to which Israel is committed entails saving lives - not a simple, easy, convenient and above all, very, very lucrative immigration route," she pointed out.
"I still believe that a real, stable right-wing government will be formed, and together, after so many years of frustration and danger to the people of Israel and its future, we will establish a revised immigration policy. There is nothing that Israel needs today more than that," concluded Golan.