Occupied Palestine (QNN)- Former detainee Nisreen Abu Kmeil finally reunited with her husband and children today for the first time in six years, after a three-day ban by the Israeli authorities.
Abu Kmeil had said that the Israeli authorities prevented her from going back home in Gaza through Beit Hanoun border crossing.
“I want to tell the occupiers that I’ve just entered Gaza despite you! I salute the resistance, which has been standing with detainees no matter what”, Abu Kmeil said.
Abu Kmeil was born in occupied Haifa, however, she got married to a man from Gaza. She is a mother of seven children.
She was released three days ago, however, Israeli authorities refused to allow her entry into Gaza. Locals of occupied Hebron have received her during the last three days.
Yesterday, Israeli authorities announced that it will allow Abu Kmeil to go back home, shortly after they announce that she will need to pay a 5000 NIS fine.
Abu Kmeil was arrested in October 2015 and she was accused of supporting the resistance in Gaza. She was sentenced to six years in jail.
(Source / 20.10.2021)