Over 100 Injured As Eritrean Migrants Clash With Police In Tel Aviv, Police Use Live Fire To Disperse Crowds

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JERUSALEM (VINnews) — In the worst riots to break out in over a decade , more than 100 people were injured, some of them seriously during a violent protest in Tel Aviv by foreign nationals from Eritrea.

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The riots broke out as both Eritrean asylum seekers who oppose the regime in Eritrea and pro-regime activists fought and also clashed with police in south Tel Aviv.

The Eritrean rioters held clubs, threw stones and stabbed people with knives. Police used live fire in an attempt to quell the riots and internecine fighting. At least 135 people were injured in the clashes, including about 30 policemen, and 39 people were arrested.

MDA treated 114 individuals for various levels of injuries. 8 individuals are in a serious condition, 13 have sustained moderate injuries, 93 have incurred mild injuries.

30 police were injured, including one in serious condition.

Over 100 injured in protests outside Eritrean embassy in Israel - EFE Noticias

Eritrean rioters in Tel Aviv, 9.2.23

Deputy Director of Operations at Magen David Adom Dan Region, Lior Marmelstein, said: “Since the early hours of the day, when the first alarms regarding violent confrontations involving foreign nationals from Eritrea in Tel Aviv were relayed to Magen David Adom’s 101 emergency center, our response was both immediate and comprehensive.”

“We bolstered our EMTs and paramedic units, utilizing ambulances, ICU vehicles, emergency motorcycles, and specialized rescue squads. This also meant an infusion of volunteers and drivers to our units. Thus far, our teams have attended to 114 individuals, with 8 in serious condition and 13 with moderate injuries.

“A considerable number of the injured, 30 to be exact, are police personnel, mainly with minor injuries. Amidst this unrest, Magen David Adom remains vigilant and primed, ready to deliver medical care as circumstances unfold.”

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced Saturday evening that a team of ministers will examine the possibility of deporting “infiltrators who participated in the riots in Tel Aviv.”

In a statement published by the Prime Minister’s Office, it was stated that, “Following the serious riots, the Prime Minister decided to convene a special team of ministers to examine taking measures against the illegal infiltrators who participated in the violent riots, including deportation.” The ministerial team will meet Sunday at the Prime Minister’s Office in Jerusalem.


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Judge.Dayan
Judge.Dayan
9 months ago

Israel shows its humanitarian side when it sends teams of help to disasters in different countries. But it’s supposed to be a Jewish state for Jews. It is absolutely stupid for them to take in goyim from different countries even if people are suffering in those countries.

New_York_Times_hates_Israel_and_Jews
New_York_Times_hates_Israel_and_Jews
9 months ago

ALL Eritrean migrants must be expelled from Israel ASAP.

The politicians who allowed Eritreans to enter Israel
must be expelled from Israel, as soon as possible.

Tuvia
Tuvia
9 months ago

Deport them now

XYZ
XYZ
9 months ago

Deport them all

Liggners
Liggners
9 months ago

Left wing lawyers getting money from leftie orgs will defend them and judges will forbid deportation- they’ll never leave. A page from from American playbook.

Not just them
Not just them
9 months ago

Get rid of them, others like them who don’t belong should get the same treatment.

Enough
Enough
9 months ago

Send them home NOW

NYC?
NYC?
9 months ago

Maybe send them to NYC, Eric Adams and Alexander Rapaport can welcome them.

Phineas
Phineas
9 months ago

Cant do this when you are there as a chesed

anon
anon
9 months ago

30 comments posted? I count 7

Alta Bubby
Alta Bubby
9 months ago

You are not even Hewish.
If u don’t like it here, go elsewhere.
No one asked you to come to E.Y.

bentzion
bentzion
9 months ago

Thanks to the supreme court

Tshuva
Tshuva
9 months ago

Look at those photos ! A disaster to have these goym beheimos in our holy land. Deport them at once !!!! And start looking for others to deport. This is our land!! I don’t see any counties taking Jews in like israel does to these animals. Look at them how they have zero zero zero hakaras hatov. On OUR LAND they do this.

Shame !! Get them out now !!!!

Paul Near Philadelphia
Paul Near Philadelphia
9 months ago

And if a stranger sojourn with thee in your land, ye shall not vex him.

But the stranger that dwelleth with you shall be unto you as one born among you, and thou shalt love him as thyself; for ye were strangers in the land of Egypt: I am the Lord your God.

Liam K. Nuj
Liam K. Nuj
9 months ago

“Deport them”, “Send them home”, “Don’t allow them in”. Yada, yada, yada
Sounds like every country in the world regarding Jews in the 1930s and 1940s.
Thank you all for validating antisemitism.
(Please don’t give me that BS that “Jews are better”. That’s not the point. To many in this world, especially back then, Jews were NOT better. They were viewed as a scourge, even by the “more enlightened” countries).