200 gather in Tel Aviv saying 'send the infiltrators home'

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December 21, 2010 19:27

 
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Over 200 residents of Tel Aviv gathered Tuesday evening in the south of the city to protest against illegal infiltrators from Africa under the banner "Enough with fear in the neighborhood, send the infiltrators home."

The protesters, who claimed that they were not against the infiltrators, but in fact against the government, marched from the Kiryat Shalom neighborhood towards the market in the HaTikva neighborhood.

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