Illegal infiltrators protest in Tel Aviv
Illegal infiltrators protest in Tel Aviv Flash 90

Alarming footage uploaded Tuesday from the massive illegal infiltrator protests ongoing in Tel Aviv since Sunday shows the unstable nature of the demonstrations, as thousands of Sudanese and Eritrean infiltrators surge in an organized mob near the foreign embassies.

Bystanders at the event pointed out the "guards" wearing yellow jackets and holding back the crowd from breaking loose, claiming that they themselves were infiltrators dispatched by leftist activists to organize the masses.

Infiltrators have been protesting over a new law passed December 10, allowing the government to detain them in special facilities for up to a year as their status is investigated.

On Tuesday, infiltrator representatives held a press conference, demanding to meet with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Interior Minister Gideon Sa'ar, and further demanding to have their requests checked immediately and receive refugee status with the included benefits.

The new video raises fears of violence, especially as the infiltrators have brought rampant crime to Israel, and in particular to southern Tel Aviv.

This danger was demonstrated on Monday as a restaurant owner in Tel Aviv was stabbed by an infiltrator, not far from the protests, and last Wednesday as a young women was brutally beaten by an illegal immigrant.

MK Eli Yishai (Shas), who actively took steps against the illegal infiltrators as interior minister in the previous government, argued Tuesday that it's time to send the illegal immigrants back home.

"When I began the struggle, I was accused of racism,” said Yishai. “But I understood that it is either this struggle, or shelving the Zionist dream.”

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