Huldai: Either isolate migrants or allow them to work

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May 24, 2012 13:51

 
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Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai said Thursday that if the government allows African migrants to stay in Tel Aviv, than they should be allowed to work or they will turn to crime.

Speaking in an interview with Israel Radio, Huldai called on the government to "decide, either isolate the foreigners from the rest of the population or allow them to earn their living."

Huldai said that close to 15 percent of the population of Tel Aviv is made up of foreign migrants and he has been warning the government of a potential problem for years.

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