Since 2016 Israel has been revoking entry permits of people whose surnames are identical to those of Palestinian assailants. It’s called deterrence
System of profiteering in permits currently forces Palestinians to pay thousands of shekels to work in Israel
High Court justices harshly criticized Monday the state's decision to return 218 million shekels ($63 million), accumulated in a fund designated for paying sick leave to legal Palestinian workers, to their Israeli employers.
Subject to below minimum wage jobs, no pay slips, and arbitrary layoffs in Israeli settlements, Palestinian women under occupation are learning more about their rights and are beginning to unionize.
With no deterrence and in the absence of a government, fatal accidents at construction sites continue to occur.
The workers seek to negotiate a collective agreement guaranteeing a raise in salary and improved working conditions
The state recently decided to give the money to Israeli employers, although critics point out that there is no transparency in the way it's calculated
The illegal trade in permits cost 20,000 workers $140 million last year, each paying up to around $7000. The profits go to brokers and employers