Hunting South Sudanese on the streets of Eilat
More than a few residents cheered the cruising van, cursed its victims.
Turjuk sat in the back seat of a van belonging to the Population and Immigration Authority. He sat silently, but his furrowed face spoke of pain and anguish, even though, when asked, he said "everything's fine." He looked back at the house that had been his home for the last five years: He will never see it again. Nor will he ever see his friends and neighbors from that apartment building crowded with...
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