25 August 2019

Protesters slam Netanyahu's abandonment of UN migrant

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Protesters took to the streets of Tel Aviv on Tuesday to voice their disapproval of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s suspension of a UN agreement to grant temporary residence to thousands of African migrants in Israel, as well as resettle a further 17,000 in Western countries rather than deport them back to African nations. reports citing Ruptly.

Some protesters posed as African slaves with chains and a price tag, and others chanted slogans such as "Every person is a person, we all have the same blood."

2018.04.03 / 21:13
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