40 Sudanese refugees were officially accepted into Israel Tuesday after they were released from Ketziot Prison in the Negev.
The refugees will receive permanent residency status and a written guarantee from the UN that they will not be deported in the future.
They are expected to work in agriculture in Kedesh Barnea.
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