'Infiltrator law' passes first hearing in Knesset

A bill to against infiltrations of Israel's borders passed its first reading in the Knesset's Internal Affairs and Environment Committee.
The bill would make it legal to hold infiltrators in custody for more than three years if they do not have a work permit and can not be expelled to their home country.
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