AG Says He’s ‘Willing to Live in South Tel Aviv’

YERUSHALAYIM (Hamodia Staff) -

Israel’s Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein says he is willing to come and live in southern Tel Aviv in order to experience firsthand the plight of local residents, whose neighborhoods have been suffering from a crime wave ever since illegal immigrants flooded them several years ago, Arutz Sheva reports.

May Golan, a prominent activist for southern Tel Aviv’s veteran residents, approached Weinstein at the annual Bar Association conference in Eilat earlier this week. “I decided to approach the attorney general, Mr. Yehuda Weinstein, and tell him about the pain of residents of the southern Tel Aviv district,” Golan said. “And do you know what he told me when I finished talking to him? That he is willing to come live next to me and experience what I told him about. Do you think he’ll come? I certainly hope so.”