Published on 19 Oct 2013
Palestinian workers employed in Israeli factories within the settlements have become “real-life slaves.”
Many of them describe workdays of 12 hours and wages of 10-16 shekels ($3-5) an hour, without social benefits to which they are entitled by law.
Israel Channel 2 News – 10.10.2013
Reporter: Ohad Hemo, Territories and settlements reporter
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