Danon: Expel infiltrators to Africa, eastern Europe

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May 23, 2012 20:50

 
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MK Danny Danon (Likud), chairman of the "Deportation Now" movement, called on Wednesday for the immediate expulsion of African migrants from Israel.

Speaking at a rally in south Tel Aviv, Danon said: "The infiltrators are a national plague, and we must deport them immediately before it's too late - the Sudanese can go back to Sudan and the rest should be deported to other countries in Africa and eastern Europe."

Danon added that "the state of Israel is engaged in a war against an enemy state composed of infiltrators and located within Israel. Its capital is south Tel Aviv. 'Deportation Now' is the only solution."

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