African refugees receive free dinner from charity groups - Tel Aviv
Eritrean and Sudanese refugees, who live in Israel, receive a free dinner in Southern Tel Aviv from a Christian charity and private non profit groups in the area. Israel. 7th February 2012
volunteers and private non profit organisations helping newly arrived asylum seekers and providing them with information about food, rights, shelter, and more.
Many Africans seeking asylum are detained at the Egyptian-Israeli border on the edge of the Sinai by the Israeli Defense Force and following their release are often dumped into Tel Aviv’s Levinski Park near the New Central Bus Station. With no Hebrew and few, if any, contacts, these individuals often find themselves without the tools or resources to learn how to create a better life for themselves in Israel.
after this people came Through the desert
In the recent 2 years the deterioration in the conditions of African refugees held in the Sinai desert has lead to an outburst of stories never heard of in Israel before. Hundreds of testimonies by women, men and youngsters were revealing trafficking conditions in which refugees were being subjected to torture, ransom, kidnappings and systematic rape.
the people who survived this trip arived in levinsky park in Tel Aviv .