100 protest against migrants outside Barak's home

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January 25, 2011 21:16

 
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Over 100 protesters gathered outside Defense Minister Ehud Barak’s house in north Tel Aviv on Tuesday, to protest what they called Barak’s reluctance to take action to stop the influx of African migrants across Israel’s porous southern border with Egypt.

Most of the protesters came from the depressed neighborhoods of southern Tel Aviv where the majority of the migrants in the city reside.

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