Bnei Brak is a city of around 150,000, next to Tel Aviv. Apparently [according to Ynet], "notices against employing Palestinians in Israel without a permit" have been appearing in the last week.
The notices stated, "As is known, for a number of years we have suffered from the presence of alien workers (at one of the major intersections) throughout the day. These alien workers include dozens of members of the minority – Arabs who strike terror in the hearts of the public, wander aimlessly in stairwells and porches, provoking our children and even doing things which cannot be detailed here."
And there was more:
The organizers of the notices did not forget to add a halachic injunction, mentioning various rulings including the preference of our own nation over all others, noting that when they employ an Arab they cause the Arab to stay and keep hold of the Holy Land.
Meanwhile, on Monday, there was a report on a row in the southern Kiryat Malachi municipality over road signs in Arabic. Shai Geffen, writing to the mayor, complained that the Arabic signs hurt the feelings of the public trying to bring up their children as Jews, as well as endangering life. Mayor Moti Molka has promised to act. [Thanks Awatef for the translation]