Another cry of despair: from South Tel-Aviv Michael please help was the plea from Eliah who gave me her phone number and place to meet her. We met on Salameh Street in Tel Aviv and she told me about the smell coming from the Sudanese neighb...See More
Another cry of despair: from south Tel-Aviv Michael please help was the plea from Eliah who gave me her phone number and place to meet her. We met on Salameh Street in Tel Aviv and she told me about the smell coming from the Sudanese neighborhood. and the Central Bus Station.. . Last time I was in Tel Aviv, I didn't realize what was going on at the Central Bus Station. All Sudanese gathered in Central Station and only a few walked beyond. I was appalled! South Tel Aviv is black and non-Jewish. Jews walk around only in groups and are walking fast. Storekeepers are the infiltrators and also the customers. They have already built a country here! I went to the entrance gate of apartments in which the infiltrators live.The gate was broken, no intercom, and made my way through crowds of drunks. I got to the first-floor and heaven forbid the smell was terrible! I think they opened a restaurant in one of the apartments - no longer possible to track who lives where. Do not get me wrong-I do not wish any human being anything bad, regardless of skin color, faith etc .. But !!! Are we ready to give up south Tel Aviv? Are we giving south Tel Aviv to the infiltrators in the name of enlightenment and helping others? Don't we have enough of our own poor and unemployed that we should help? As I walked with Eliah and we saw 2 Israeli girls walk down the street hand in hand with the Sudanese / Eritrean Mtgoffim and kissing each other on the sidewalk.