Tel Aviv rally “Foreign workers' children are Israelis”

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May 26, 2010 00:46

 
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Hundreds rallied Tuesday evening at the plaza outside calling on the government to grant permanent residency to the children of foreign workers in . The government is set to decide the fate of the children next week.


The rally was organized by the National Union of Israeli Students, “Israeli Children” –an association formed to prevent the deportation of foreign workers’ children and fight for them to be granted permanent residency and other rights and UNICEF Israel.


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