Bus with 19 Palestinians who illegally entered Israel stopped on Highway 1

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December 28, 2015 10:41

 
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Three West Bank residents were arrested Monday for transporting Palestinians from the West Bank who had illegally entered Israel.

Israel Police pulled over a small bus on on Highway 1, near the Ben Shemen interchange. The vehicle contained 19 passengers from the West Bank, none of whom had entry permits for Israel.

The driver, a West Bank resident, and one Israeli citizen were among those arrested.

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