Dozens protest against HCJ decision on African immigrants
Dozens of south Tel Aviv residents protest in the Tzahala neighborhood of the city in front of the home of newly appointed Supreme Court president, Esther Hayut, in protest of the recent High Court of Justice decisions, which they claim give priority to the community of immigrants from Africa at their expense.


The protestors erected a sukkah in front of Hayut's house, carrying signs that read, among other things, "A Jew has human rights too," "Ester Hayut—Bring back sanity", "Justice for south Tel Aviv."