In Search of Two Gilboa Prisoners, Israeli Occupation Forces Launch Arrest Campaign
The occupation forces launched a campaign of searches, raids, and arrests against a number of citizens in the West Bank, including the relatives of the liberated Gilboa prisoners.
The Israeli occupation forces launched a search campaign at dawn today, Monday, against a number of citizens in the West Bank, including relatives of Ayham Kamamji, one of the liberated Gilboa prisoners.
The occupation forces stormed the town of Kafr Dan in Jenin and raided the house of Kamamji, as the officers performed a field investigation with his family and arrested his brother before withdrawing from the area.
Local sources mentioned that the occupation soldiers raided the town of Al Yamoun and arrested Qaiser Kammaji, the cousin of the liberated prisoner Ayham Kamamji, and searched his house.
The occupation forces also stormed the town of Ya'bad in Jenin and besieged the house of Munadel Nafi'at, one of the prisoners who had taken their freedom from Gilboa Prison.
Till now, the occupation has arrested four prisoners that were able to take their freedom from Gilboa prison last Monday.
According to institutions that specialize in prisoners' affairs, it is worth mentioning that the Israeli occupation has detained about 4,850 prisoners, including 41 females, 225 children, and 540 administrative detainees.