06.03.2011 30.Adar l, 5771
The Eilat municipality fears losing the city to African migrants who take hotel jobs that Israelis don't want.
“It’s not that we are going to lose the old neighborhoods to the Sudanese, we’ve already lost them. I feel like I live in Sudan. We have no choice but to take the law into our own hands.”
Nachum Siri is not a happy man. An Eilat city councilman and an activist on the local anti-migrant taskforce, he said the city is in danger of being lost to African migrants….