I am very sorry for your situation. The problem is that asylum is only granted to persons who are on the territory of the state where they request it. You cannot request asylum from outside of any EU-member state, for example. Furthermore, the asylum is granted only if you cannot be returned safely to your country of origin. However, the country of origin, in your case, would not be South Africa, but Israel, which is considered usually a 'safe country' - i.e., as long as you can be returned to Israel legally you cannot get asylum somewhere else.
I also cannot advise on ilegally entering any country to ask for asylum.
However, there might be good news for you. Some EU countries and Switzerland offer Humanitarian Visas, which are a legal way of entering, and can be extended gradually, up to full residence rights. I did not wish to make you go through bundles of legal speak so I am sending you one link which contains all the countries which issue these visas now. Look for 'Annex 1' and jump directly there, ignoring the rest. You can then search for the specific country, or ask a new question here. The link is http://free-group.eu/2015/09/18/humanitarian-visas-an-eu-tool-for-a-safe-access-to-the-eu-territory/
I hope this helps you and that you can manage to fulfil the criteria of those visas.
I look forward to your rating.
Dr I L Vlad