'For every infiltrator who leaves, two children are born'

Shefi Paz, leader of last night's demonstration at Justice Naor's home: 'Our human rights are abrogated in favor of infiltrators rights.'

Mordechai Sones ,

Demonstration at Naor's home
Demonstration at Naor's home
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Shefi Paz, leader of the Southern Front for the Liberation of Southern Tel Aviv, spoke this morning (Sunday) about the demonstration she and her associates held last night outside the home of Supreme Court President Miriam Naor.

In an interview with Reshet Bet, Paz explained that the protest was against the Supreme Court's foot-dragging on ruling on the legality of transferring infiltrators to a third country in Africa.

Paz noted that despite the stoppage of their arrival, the infiltrator population in southern Tel Aviv continues to grow constantly. "For every adult infiltrator who leaves, two children are born.

"Public resources are all earmarked for infiltrators; it always comes at the expense of the residents, and our human rights are abrogated in favor of infiltrators human rights," explained Paz; "We hardly see Israeli children outside. If there are, they don't walk around outside. We see an African neighborhood with a small minority of Israelis.

"The story of Petach Tikva certainly gave us the idea ... We will be there week after week until this matter is resolved," she said.