Netanyahu Vows to Expel Africans from Tel Aviv: "We Will Return it to the Israelis"

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday visited a rundown Tel Aviv neighbourhood with a large African population and pledged to rid it of illegal “infiltrators” and return control of the suburb to Jews after the non-Jews were expelled. 
Netanyahu in Tel Aviv with supporters where he announced that the Africans would be expelled.
"We are dealing with illegal infiltrators, not with refugees, but illegal infiltrators. And Israel's right is to safeguard its borders and to keep away illegal infiltrators," he said. 
"If needed, we will legislate an amendment to the law or change the agreements with the African countries, or both."
Speaking with residents, the Netanyahu also promised that the government would step up enforcement against asylum seekers 'in the face of those who employ them, in the face of the lawless infiltrators."
Netanyahu made reference to the border fence on Israel's frontier with Egypt, built to halt the influx of African invaders, saying that if it had not been built, there would be a million Africans in Israel.
The prime minister said he intends to convene a ministerial committee that would meet on a monthly basis with Israeli citizens and officials to deal with the issue.
Netanyahu was accompanied during his visit by Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan and Culture and Sports Minister Miri Regev.
The Prime Minister's Office said the purpose of the visit was to "identify with the residents and hear about their distress against the backdrop of the high court decision." Netanyahu's bureau said he intends to push for legislation "that will provide a response to deal with the distress from labor migrants following the criticism expressed by the Supreme Court."
According to data from the Interior Ministry's Population and Immigration Authority, there are about 38,000 Africans in Israel including about 27,500 from Eritrea, 7,900 from Sudan and 2,600 from other African countries.
The flow of Africans into Israel has been halted entirely, with only one getting caught attempting to cross the Israel-Egypt border this year. In addition, in the first six months of 2017, about 2,100 Africans have left Israel after being detained in the desert concentration camp of Holot.
Streets around the central bus station, including almost all of Levinsky Park, were closed off for the Prime Minister's visit, as he met with local residents.
Culture and Sports minister Miri Regev, who once infamously referred to the migrants as a "cancer" said while accompanying Netanyahu that “the residents of south Tel Aviv are the ones who became refugees in their own country.”
“We need [criminal] enforcement against the employers who pay the salaries of the infiltrators they employ," she added, referring to those that do not have work permits.
In the aftermath of Monday's court ruling—which said that the government could only detain invaders for a period of 60 days—Israel's Interior Minister Aryeh Deri promptly declared he would explore legal options for circumventing the ruling and allowing the expulsion of the invaders.
Needless to say, these policies are the exact opposite of those which the Israel-supporting Jewish lobbies in all European nations support—in other words, in European states, the Jews seek more Third World immigration and the racial destruction of those states, while in their homeland—Israel—they support policies designed to ensure that Israel remains a racially Jewish state.