Four activists who were arrested after arriving at Ben Gurion Airport Friday as part of a mass fly-in called, "Welcome to Palestine," will be allowed entry into Israel by the Population and Immigration Authority.
The four, two of whom are German and two Dutch citizens were being held in Ela Prison. Additionally, the authority said it will begin discussions on the logistics of deporting activists who were denied entry.
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