Migrants in Israel - the Stone Thrown Into the Well

We have to remember that this migration comes at the expense of the weaker segments of the population - at the expense of neighborhoods and jobs.

Even human rights activists understand that Israel can't take responsibility for all of Africa's problems. Even they agree that we should build a fence along the Egyptian border, because they understand that a small country with limited resources can't absorb 2,000 migrant workers per month. They also understand that the price is being paid by the residents of south Tel Aviv, Eilat, Ashdod, Arad and Be'er Sheva....