Today, Arutz Sheva is continuing its coverage of events concerning south Tel Aviv, including a statement by activist May Golan. May contends that the Israeli Supreme Court is responsible for the ‘occupation’ of Tel Aviv by illegal infiltrators.
And according to the Times of Israel, Likud Minister Miri Regev stated that residents of south Tel Aviv are living as “refugees in their own country.”
Denouncing the influx of African migrants to the neighborhood, Regev says the newcomers “are not refugees.”
“They are infiltrators,” the culture minister says of the largely Sudanese and Eritrean migrants.
“The residents of south Tel Aviv are the ones who became refugees in their own country,” she says, while touring south Tel Aviv with Netanyahu and Erdan.
In addition, Prime Minister Netanyahu spoke about the crisis in south Tel Aviv: ‘South Tel Aviv will be returned to its residents’
“We are here on the mission to bring the citizens of Israel back to south Tel Aviv. I listened to all the residents, and what I hear is pain and distress.”