Netanyahu's government is offering 20,000 male migrants, most of whom are from Sudan and Eritrea, $3,500 (£2,500) and a plane ticket to what it says is a safe destination in Africa.
The so-called "widow's camp" at Balukhali Rohingya refugee settlement consists of 50 red tents where no men or boys over the age of 10 years old are allowed.
They face dangers ranging from losing their footing on steep drops, being struck by falling rocks or succumbing to temperatures as low as minus 9C (15°F)
Myanmar pledged that Rohingya Muslims who fled to Bangladesh by the hundreds of thousands would start their journey home later this month. However, few believe that will happen.
IBTimes UK asked 12 Getty Images photojournalists to choose their most memorable photo of the year and tell us the story behind the picture.
The reporters had been working on stories about Mynamar's military crackdown on the Rohingya Muslim minority that has caused almost 650,000 people to flee to Bangladesh.
Award-winning photojournalist Allison Joyce met Rohingya rape survivors at refugee camps in Bangladesh. IBTimes UK shares their harrowing stories.
Child marriage is common at Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh, where marrying off a young daughter means one less mouth to feed.
Award-winning photojournalist Kevin Frayer has returned to Bangladesh to document the hardships faced by the refugees, 60% of whom are children.
Rohingya Muslims are so desperate to leave Myanmar they are willing to risk their lives by crossing a four-kilometre (2.5-mile) stretch of water on flimsy makeshift rafts or even swimming to Bangladesh.
One in five Rohingya children in Bangladesh's refugee camps are "acutely malnourished" and require medical attention, says Unicef report, Outcast and Desperate.
So many Haitian asylum seekers have arrived Quebec that Montreal has opened up its cavernous Olympic Stadium to house and process them.
The western route is becoming more popular – and Italy's new plans to curb migrant flow may make Spain even more attractive.
Italy plans to send warships to Libyan waters and has drawn up rules that must be followed by NGOs that rescue migrants.
"Of all the wars I have covered in various countries, Mosul has been the worst."
Aid agencies are struggling to provide food and services in South Sudan due to a funding crisis.
Hundreds of migrants slept crammed in tents in the old arrivals terminal, in scorching temperatures with little food and occasional bouts of crime and violence.
The Muslim Charities Forum estimates that Muslims across Britain donate around £100 million during Ramadan.
Critics have accused NGOs that rescue people in the Mediterranean of acting as a "ferry service" that encourages smugglers.
The Warao people live in derelict buildings and tent camps and are forced to make a living by begging from passing motorists.
The president's hardline immigration policies have resulted in fewer Central American migrants trying to enter the US.
Cholera has killed hundreds of people fleeing conflict and famine in South Sudan.
More than a million refugees arrived in Europe in 2015, landing in Greece from Turkey and then streaming through the Balkans, heading north to Germany or Austria.
Desperate families flee from South Sudan to Uganda in Africa's biggest exodus since 1994 Rwandan genocide
Uganda's progressive system of accommodating refugees is on the brink of "explosive" collapse
France: Aftermath of huge fire in Dunkirk migrant camp after reported knife fight between Kurds and Afghans
More than half of the Grande-Synthe migrant camp near Dunkirk in northern France has been destroyed by a huge fire following violent clashes.
Drought forces a family in Somalia to sell teenage daughter into marriage: Heartbreaking photo report
Family forced into impossible situations as an an arc of hunger and violence stretches across Africa into the Middle East.
Award-winning photojournalist Carl Court visited the Hamam al-Alil refugee camp as the fight to liberate Mosul from Isis enters its sixth month.
Crew members abroad the 'Golfo Azzurro', the rescue vessel of the Spanish aid organisation Proactiva Open Arms, spotted two overcrowded rubber boats floating at sea in the early hours of Saturday (1 April)
Award-winning photojournalist David Ramos joined the crew of the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms vessel Golfo Azzuro during a search and rescue mission off the coast of Libya.
Two men lost all their fingers to frostbite after a 10-hour trek across fields of waist-high snow in sub-zero temperatures.