Archive for the ‘Hatikva neighborhood’ tag
Member of Knesset who participated in a violent demonstration against foreign nationals held in HaTikva neighborhood of Tel-Aviv-Yafo expressed understanding of the violence committed by local residents against foreigners. MK Michael Ben-Ari (National Union) even claimed that the children of foreign nationals might be infected with dangerous diseases.
(Hebrew – Haaretz)
A fight broke out this week between Israeli girls and the daughters of refugees and asylum seekers in Yarden public school in Tel-Aviv-Yafo’s HaTikva neighborhood.
(Hebrew - MySay)
Foreigners and left wing activists were assaulted during a demonstration demanding the expulsion of foreigners held at the Tel-Aviv-Yafo neighborhood of HaTikva. In addition, the headlights and windows of a vehicle in which foreign nationals were driving were smashed, as well as the windows of stores owned by asylum seekers. During the demonstration speeches were made by members of Knesset Danny Danon (Likud), Miri Regev (Likuds), and Michael Ben-Ari (National Union).
(Hebrew - Walla)
(Hebrew - Twitter)
Two Molotov cocktails were thrown tonight at a residential building in the Hanoch street in Hatikva neighborhood in southern Tel Aviv, where a few African refugees live. No one was hurt and no property damage occurred.
During a demonstration against the dismantlement of the tent camp in the HaTikva neighborhood of Tel-Aviv, Police carried out arrests without any legal justification, and in at least one case arrested a couple whose children were subsequently left without any supervision.
Tel Aviv Municipality announced plans to open a kindergarten in Hatikva neighborhood where children of migrant workers will not be admitted.
At a conference held at Beit Danny in the Hatikva neighborhood, residents of that and other South Tel Aviv neighborhood protested against the migrant laborers and refugees who live in the area. Among other calls heard at the conference: “they’re chasing our daughters,” “they are animals and beasts,” “they bring diseases, drink, and steal.” (Hebrew, English)