1. Various of migrants leaving detention centre with their luggage
2. Mid tilt-up of migrant organising his luggage
3. Migrants waiting at bus stop
4. Wide of migrants gathered with luggage at detention centre
5. Migrants leaving
6. SOUNDBITE: (Hebrew) Faysal Hussein, migrant from Sudan:
"Now I think about it, where can I go, I have no place to go to, and I don't have money in my pocket, and none of us have money, for now I have no money maybe 64 Shekels (16 US dollars), how will this help me, to get to Beersheba and to have breakfast and that's it, lunch and that's it. After that where can I go. I have no place to go, it is a very big problem. I don't know how we will deal with it."
7. Wide of detention centre
8. Migrants leaving, zoom in to Israeli flag on building
9. Migrants leaving
10. Migrants sitting inside facility, graffiti on wall (English) "UN, We Need Freedom"
11. Security guard walking inside facility
12. Migrants sitting behind metal fence
Tel Aviv - 25 August 2015
13. Wide of migrants sitting in park
14. Set-up of Mutasim Ali from Darfur, Director of African Refugee Development Center Center, who came to Israel in 2009 and was released from the detention centre in Holot after 14 months there)
15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Mutsaim Ali, Director of African Refugee Development:
"The goal of detention centre in Holot is to make the life miserable, to break the spirit of asylum seekers who are already there and for the two main causes is that to deter others to come to the country or making the life miserable for those who are here so they can leave Israel, so for that base we say Holot is illegal and therefore should be closed. As of now, we are very happy that we have over thousands of our friends who will be released but the sad thing is that many thousands will be sent to Holot and people who will be released today will have nowhere to go if the government does not provide them with shelter, especially with the bans of Tel Aviv, Eilat"
16. Sign on tree reading "Work in Eilat, 30 nis per hour"
17. Pan on people walking in South Tel Aviv street
18. Wide of Rachel Friedman, lawyer at Hotline for migrant workers,sitting in her office at Hotline for migrant workers
19. SOUNDBITE: (English) Rachel Friedman, lawyer at Hotline for migrant workers:
"The result of the release today is that people will have to start over, after having already lives in place with jobs and places to work they now will have to go to new areas and find new places to work, new jobs and it really highlights the failure of this whole system where asylum seekers are ripped away for one year, then returned to a different part of the country to start over. What we should be seeing is rather than jailing asylum seekers, is policies in order for them to naturally disperse throughout the country"