just to add that south tel aviv - have nice areas; open spaces, better air, low rise buildings, small shops, small old synagogues, in sum more like a 'village'. to me this is the nicest area in tel aviv which if the government or 'iriya' developed just slightly the residents of north would be running to live here. the people might not be most educated but they have a warmth and simplicity which gives the 'shchunah' its uniqueness. shame that the local authority is not developing this area. the residents here fear, they are not used to seeing so many strangers just hanging around walking at night and staring.
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from the article: The real reason for racism in south Tel Aviv