As reported on Ynet August 8, the Israel branch of Amnesty International, in cooperation with Hotline for Migrant Workers and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel, have launched a campaign calling on the Israeli Interior Ministry not to deport the Sudanese asylum seekers who have entered Israel illegally. The campaign features a highly emotive video clip, where a chilling version of Hatikva—the Israeli national anthem—is sung. The video features what appear to be Sudanese women and children, standing behind fences and barbed wire—images which invoke Holocaust imagery and German concentration camps (In some camps, Jews sang Hatikva in defiance on their way to the gas chambers.)