Among those arrested on Sunday were five adults and four minors, all whom were taken into custody by Israel Police for questioning.
"The south Tel Aviv neighborhoods will become a national priority," Minister of Construction and Housing Yoav Gallant said.
“This tension exists all the time in public service, and every government decides where to draw the line.”
The numbers have now become unwieldy, said Rivlin, and in the process, the related problems have multiplied.
The civilian inspectors will exclusively work for two years to identify and expel approximately 38,000 Eritrean and Sudanese asylum seekers.
"We Jews know far too well what happens when the world closes its doors to those forced to flee their homes.”
"We are witnessing an unprecedented wave of protest by citizens from all walks of life."
Following the meeting, Amnesty International Israel called on the country to allow all the migrants to stay.
‘Taking advantage of Israel’s dysfunctional asylum policies,’ says report
Meretz leader Zehava Gal-On said Gabbay had “forgotten what it means to be a human being."