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Palestinian Workers Prevented from Entering Israel

Following the Bnei Brak attack in Tel Aviv the Israeli security services decided to prevent workers from entering Israel

Jerusalem24 –  This morning, Wednesday, the Israeli occupation police launched a wide campaign to search for Palestinian workers in Israel without permits; hours after five Israelis were killed in the shooting attacks that took place in three different areas in Tel Aviv.

The Israeli newspaper “Yediot Aharonot” reported that the occupation police warned employers against hiring Palestinian workers who do not have permits, stressing their intention to eliminate the phenomenon of infiltration through the openings in the separation wall.

The newspaper said that the occupation police refused to give details about whether the shooter Diaa Hamarsheh, who was killed during a shooting with two Israeli policemen; one of whom was killed during it, had recently worked in the city.

The Israeli newspapers unanimously agreed that “Israel” is witnessing the worst wave of operations it has witnessed in recent years, as 11 Israelis were killed within 7 days in 3 separate operations.

According to the Israeli Hebrew Ynet website, the Shin Bet is still investigating the operation and raided the home of Diaa Hamarsheh and arrested his brother.

The Israeli security establishment raised the level of alert among its personnel to the highest level, and the Israeli media reported that it was decided to prevent Palestinian workers from crossing the green line into Israel for work.

Nadeen Alshaer

Alshaer is a Palestinian journalist, a Birzeit University graduate with a B.A. in TV and Radio Broadcasting Journalism. Alshaer has 5 years of experience in the field of reporting and presenting. Currently works as a reporter and presenter/producer for PBC and Jerusalem24. She’s a UN and Kelley School of Business alumna

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