Fear and loathing in south Tel Aviv
A visit to the Hatikva neighborhood, where African shopkeepers are afraid to open for business: 'My color has become dangerous.'
Shopkeeper Ellen Barhat hides behind the closed iron louver of her shop. Only a narrow crack separates her from the street. Only a few customers enter the shop, which in any case has hardly anything left to sell. The refrigerator door has been ripped from its hinges, and Barhat has already cleared away the fragments of the many broken bottles. Only the red bricks resting on the floor - which had been hurled into...
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