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On February 20th, a panel comprised of individuals with diverse viewpoints spoke on how to create political solutions to the challenges facing African Asylum Seekers in Israel. On the panel sat Orit Marom, Public Awareness and Advocacy Program Director of ASSAF, Maariv columnist...
April 27, 2012 | 11:18 am
Unidentified attackers threw Molotov cocktails at several residences of African migrants in Tel Aviv.
The attacks, which occurred Friday morning, were directed at four houses of migrants from Sudan and Eritrea, as well as at a public park where some migrants sleep. No one was...