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Demonstrators attack police, asylum seekers at south Tel Aviv protest

CM 01/08/2021


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Some 10 people were arrested Sunday at a protest in south Tel Aviv following violent confrontations with law enforcement, Israel Police reported. During the clashes, protesters blocked roads and threw objects at officers, endangering them.

A few hundred protesters were present at the demonstrations, according to Israeli media, who reported that the protests were sparked by the assault of a woman in the area last month. The attack was allegedly carried out by a man from Eritrea, according to Haaretz, also reporting that protesters chanted “death to the Sudanese,” and that “the Hatikvah neighborhood is ours.”
Some protesters wore shirts that read “rehabilitation begins with deportation.” 
Protesters harrased asylum seekers who were in the area and an Eritrean man was violently attacked.

 

MK Itamar Ben-Gvir attended the protest saying on Twitter that he was there to stand against “the incompetence of the authorities in dealing with infiltrators in South Tel Aviv.” 

Source: Jerusalem Post

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