PIJ leader's wife to Al Mayadeen: IOF blew up the house door
PIJ leader, Khader Adnan's wife reveals to Al Mayadeen that she has no information, until now, regarding the whereabouts of her husband.
Palestine Islamic Jihad (PIJ) leader Khader Adnan's wife, Randa Musa, said on Sunday that the Israeli occupation soldiers blew up the doors of the house and assaulted her husband.
During a phone conversation with Al Mayadeen, Musa confirmed that she has no information about the whereabouts of Adnan.
The IOF launched a massive campaign of incursions in the occupied West Bank today, during which they arrested a number of Palestinians, including PIJ leaders, most notably Adnan and Commander Khaled Ghwadrah.
According to Palestinian sources from the city, the occupation forces brutally assaulted Adnan during his arrest.
After detaining residents and vandalizing their homes, occupation forces stormed dozens of homes in the occupied West Bank and subjected Palestinians to hours of field investigations.
Armed clashes erupted between Palestinian youth and occupation forces as they stormed Jenin, where the occupation army sent reinforcements.
It is noteworthy that Adnan revealed earlier that he had been subjected to an assassination attempt, and confirmed in an interview with Al Mayadeen that he knew the name of the perpetrator.
Adnan is considered the leader of the Battle of the Empty Stomachs against the policy of administrative detention in occupation prisons. The occupation released him on November 13, 2018, and on October 29, 2018, he stopped his hunger strike after 58 days, and his family considered this a "third victory for him."
Adnan launched a fourth hunger strike after his 2021 arrest; He was liberated 25 days into his hunger strike, winning his fourth victory against the occupation.