TEL AVIV – About 25,000 people have Saturday night in Tel Aviv demonstrated against the expulsion of Africans. The demonstration was organized by Eritrean and Sudanese asylum seekers in cooperation with israelis from the south of the city, where many of the Africans have settled down, reported the newspaper Haaretz.
The Israeli government plans to 20,000 asylum seekers from Africa to Uganda and Rwanda. The operation would, on the 1 april start, but has been suspended by the supreme court as a result of a legal battle over the evictions.
Israel has asylum seekers from Africa, a trip, and money to take some time off to sing, converted approximately 2800 euro, offered. Whom the offer off to risk prison. An estimated 37,000 people from Africa have a shelter sought in Israel, most from Eritrea and Sudan.
Against the expansion of protest has arisen, and it is often hammered on the history of Israel. The land is mainly founded by displaced persons from Europe that the Persecution of the jews in the years 1933-1945 had survived. As a country founded by refugees would make Israel the Africans are not allowed to dismiss, according to opponents of the uitzettingsplan. A group of activists has called for asylum seekers to take to make them go into hiding. The group is therefore also the movement Anne Frank’s house Retreat’, to the nazis murdered onderduikster Anne Frank (1929-1945).