Israeli forces detain 102 Palestinian workers


102 Palestinians workers, who allegedly were not holding permits to work in the 1948 occupied Palestinian territories, were arrested by the Israeli occupation forces on Sunday morning.

Israeli media sources said that the Israeli forces arrested 102 Palestinian workers at al-Dahiriya checkpoint, south of Hebron, while they were attempting to enter the 1948 occupied territories for work without having the necessary licenses.

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The West Bank Palestinian citizens who work in the 1948 occupied Palestinian territories always face the risk of being shot or arrested by the Israeli forces under the pretext of lacking the necessary work permits which Israel rarely issues.

About 500 Palestinian workers are currently held in Israeli jails for entering the 1948 occupied Palestine without having Israeli permits.

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