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    • Magen
    • 29.04.12 | 07:52 (IDT)

    As someone who has been back and forth to Israel many times the racism is obvious. Israel has its own apartheid with minorities. However Tel Aviv is a prime example of the problem. If you have to go to the central bus station let us hope it's during sunlight. It is a scary place drug use is prevelant and the area is filled with shady figures. However this is not the immigrants fault as a whole. Israel needs to crack down on the filth of these communities and deport them back. And more needs to be done to integrate these people into Israeli life not to ostracize them! There is no reason Israel cannot work with immigrant populations the majority of Europe and the us are built off of immigrant communities. Israel needs to stop being so closed minded and utilize what is given to them though it may seem like a road bump.

    from the article: Firebomb attack on asylum seekers' buildings sparks clashes in south Tel Aviv
    First published 00:59 29.04.12 | Last updated 00:59 29.04.12
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