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South Tel Aviv: Abandoned by the state

African infiltrators have taken over south TA and the remaining residents are too scared to leave their homes for fear of violence. Why does the government appear to have forgotten about both populations?

African migrant in south Tel Aviv
Photo by: Baz Ratner/Reuters
On Sunday, April 21, MK Elazar Stern took a tour of south Tel Aviv. He was invited by the local residents’ action committee, who will take anyone who is willing to listen on a tour of the area. But not many people are willing to go and witness what’s going on there.

Tens of thousands of Africans have infiltrated into Israel – between 65,000 and 80,000 have completely taken a section of Tel Aviv – and have founded the first “African Republic of Zion.”



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