Member of Knesset Moshe Feiglin (Likud-Beyteinu) toured southern Tel Aviv Thursday evening, to measure the impact of those who illegally infiltrated Israel on veteran Israeli residents and to speak with the veteran residents. In a Facebook post written upon returning to his home in the Samarian (Shomron) Jewish community of Karnei Shomron, the deputy Knesset speaker said he was still shaking from what he saw. He continued, "I saw scared people, I saw filth, violence, evil and worst - abuse by authorities of the depressed, poor" and others who "have nowhere to go and abandon them to their fate."
Feiglin said whoever does not deport the infiltrators "is responsible for all this!" He continued, "Whoever says that's impossible under international law is lying." Noting that the infiltrators had to go through Egypt and that asking Egypt to take them back might harm Israel's peace with Egypt, Feiglin referred to a senior southern Tel Aviv resident who is homebound out of fear as "another victim of 'peace'."