Protests erupt in Tel Aviv following Supreme Court decision limiting migrant detentions to 12 months
- After the court ruling that calls for the immediate release of around 1,200 migrants detained without charge, some Tel Aviv residents took to the streets in outrage.
- Demonstrators claimed asylum seekers bring down their quality of life with crime and open-air living.
- Protesters confronted some migrants around Lewinsky Park, yelling insults and condemning the Supreme Court.
“What’s going to happen in reality is that thousands of infiltrators are going to come here and make our lives hell, even more than they are now. … We are going to fight this with all our strength.”
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