1. Various of African migrants and their Israeli supporters holding up placards during protest
2. Protesters holding placards reading (English) "Uganda don't lie to people" "Uganda we deserve to know"
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Shoula Keshet, protester:
"Thousands of residents of south Tel Aviv and hundreds of thousands of people in Israel, we are against the deportations and we are against the secret agreement of the Israeli government with Uganda that basically wants to deport by force tens of thousands of people, of African refugees, African asylum seekers from Israel to Uganda against their will, by force. And all of us today and hundreds of thousands of people throughout Israel, we are against this agreement, this secret agreement to deport people by force from Israel or from anywhere else in the world, for that matter."
4. Pan of protest UPSOUND (English) "One, two, three, four, deportation no more."
5. Various of protest
6. Israeli police standing by
7. Pan of protest
8. Tilt up from African migrants holding up placards reading (English) "Freedom for African refugees in Israel" and "Uganda say no to refugee trafficking"
Dozens of African migrants and their Israeli supporters protested in Tel Aviv on Monday against what they say is a secret agreement between the Israeli government and Uganda to deport migrants by force.
Last week Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu cancelled a deal with the United Nations that called for sending about half of the 35,000 African migrants to Western nations and allowing the rest to remain in Israel.
The aborted UN deal had looked to avoid the spectre of forced deportations to undisclosed African destinations, widely believed to be Uganda and Rwanda, with which Israel has allegedly reached a secret agreement.
Rwanda's minister of state for foreign affairs, Olivier Nduhungirehe, and Ugandan Foreign Affairs Minister Okello Oryem have both said no deal had ever been signed with Israel.
Africans migrants started arriving in Israel in 2005, after neighbouring Egypt violently quashed a refugee demonstration and word spread of safety and job opportunities in Israel.