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send them."
Mitzna also reiterated his support
for a security fence, which he said
"will serve as a protective wall
between us and terrorism."
Sunday's bombings took place in an
area frequented by foreign workers.
Last July, two suicide bombers killed
five people and wounded more than
40 in the same area.
Restaurants, shops and sidewalks in
the area were packed Sunday when
the two bombers blew themselves up
on parallel streets at around 6:30 p.m.
Witnesses said the blasts were heard
for miles. Police estimated that each
of the bombs weighed 25 pounds.
Police urged wounded foreign work-
ers to seek medical treatment, assuring
them that they would nor be deport-
ed. They also appealed to workers to
come forward if they had information
that could help the investigation.
Israel recently decided not to bring
in more foreign workers, and stepped
up efforts to deport those in the
country illegally.
Special hotlines were set up Sunday
to help foreign workers. Advocates
went to hospitals to help the workers,
many of whom do not speak Hebrew.
They also went to areas where for-
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