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After two days of operation it is already housing 120 people.
The recent cold weather and even colder attitude of the authorities to the asylum seekers living in Tel Aviv's Levinsky Park have motivated fellow refugees from Darfur to set up a temporary shelter for their Sudanese compatriots.
The Sons of Darfur organization, founded by Darfurian migrants, opened the shelter earlier this week in the central bus station area. After two days of operation it is already housing 120 people. On its second day, 60 people who had just been released from Saharonim Prison were taken in. The shelter can barely hold 150….