Suspected Illegal Palestinian workers arrested in Tel Aviv

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August 11, 2014 16:36

 
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A large force of Tel Aviv police officers and border police arrested 170 suspected illegal workers at a construction site in the city on Monday.

The workers are residents of the West Bank, and as such require a permit to work in Israel.

They are currently being questioned at a central Tel Aviv police station.


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