The Israeli police conducted, Wednesday, a large-scale invasion into Houra and al-Leqia towns in the Negev, and detained 34 Palestinian workers, who did not obtain work and entry permits into Israel.
According to a statement by the Israeli Police, the 34 Palestinians, from different parts of the West Bank, were working in stores, including Barbour shops, car repair facilities and restaurants, and that they â€śillegally entered the country for work.â€ť
Two Palestinians from the Negev were also detained for providing shelter and work to the workers from the occupied territories.
The police also claimed a woman from the Negev was detained and sent to an interrogation center after the officers found weapons wrapped in blankets in a stroller she was pushing.
It added that officers also located thousands of Shekels believed to have been smuggled and laundered.