After being re-arrested, ‘Israel’ remands four of Gilbou’s six breakers for 9 days

Occupied Palestine (QNN)- An Israeli court in the Nazareth on Saturday remanded four of Gilbou’s six breakers for nine days, after being rearrested by the Israeli occupation forces, the Palestinian Commission of Detainees’ and ex-Detainees’ Affairs said.

The four Palestinian prisoners have been rearrested by the Israeli occupation on Friday night and Saturday dawn, after five days of large-scale sweep operations throughout occupied Palestine using high-tech system.

The four who were rearrested are Mahmoud Arda, Zakaria Zubaidi, Yaaqob Qadri and Mohammad Arda, and all now held amid concerns of torture and human rights abuses

The prisoners are now facing a set of charges issued by the Israeli court yesterday, including jailbreak, planning an armed attack, conspiring to escape the prison, and associating with a prohibited organization, the Commission of Detainees’ and ex-Detainees’ Affairs said.

The Israeli Court also denied the four rearrested Gilbou’s prison breakers visitations by their lawyer.

Six Palestinian prisoners managed to free themselves on September 6 2021, from Gilbou prison, a high-security Israeli prison, through a secret tunnel they had reportedly dug beneath the prison.

Gilbou’s six breakers were identified as:

Mahmoud Arda, 46 years old, from Arraba town in Jenin, imprisoned since 1996, sentenced to life and 15 years and belonging to the Islamic Jihad movement.

Mohammad Arda, 39 years old, from Arraba town in Jenin, imprisoned since 2002, sentenced to life and belonging to the Islamic Jihad movement.

Yaaqob Qadri, 49 years old, from Beir al-Basha town in Jenin, imprisoned since 2003, sentenced to life and belonging to the Islamic Jihad movement.

Ayham Kamanji, 35 years old, from Kufr Dan town in Jenin, imprisoned since 2006, sentenced to life and belonging to the Islamic Jihad movement.

Zakaria Zubaidi, 46 years old, from Jenin refugee camp, imprisoned since 2019, was not sentenced, and is a former commander of Fatah’s Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades.

Munadel Infeiat, 26 years old, from Yabad town in Jenin and imprisoned since 2019, was not sentenced and belonged to the Islamic Jihad movement.

(Source / 12.09.2021)

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