Knesset aide assaulted by Sudanese infiltrator

MK says residents of south Tel Aviv live in unbearable conditions. 'What if this happened to your mother? Your sister? Your daughter?'

Arutz Sheva Staff,

Tomer Neuberg, Flash 90

The parliamentary advisor of MK Yulia Malinovsky (Yisrael Beytenu) was attacked by an illegal infiltrator from Sudan on Friday night as she was walking to her home in a south Tel Aviv neighborhood.

MK Malinovsky released the recording of the phone call between the advisor and her sister during the attack. "Listen to the shocking recording - what if it was your sister? Your daughter? Your mother?" the MK wrote on her Facebook account.

"The feeling of fear in which the residents of the area and of other places live is unbearable and unacceptable. The decision of the High Court of Justice regarding the infiltrators is cut off from reality and seriously harms the security of Israeli residents and the residents of South Tel Aviv in particular," she added.

''As we hear in the recording, the policewoman advises the victim of the assault to shout so that someone around her may hear her cries for help. It is inconceivable that what remains for the citizens now is only to shout and cry for help in the hope that someone will hear," added MK Malinovsky. "I will use all the parliamentary tools at my disposal to restore the residents' sense of security in their place of residence."

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