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Who are Gilbou’s six breakers?

Occupied Palestine (QNN)- Around 1:30 a.m. Monday, six Palestinian political prisoners managed to free themselves from Israel’s Gilbou prison, a high-security Israeli prison, through a secret tunnel they had reportedly dug beneath the prison.

According to Israeli reports, the six were imprisoned in the Gilbou prison, shared a cell, and tunnelled out of it in the northern occupied Palestine.

The Shin Bet reported that the prisoners managed to get out while coordinated with collaborators outside the prison using a smuggled cellphone and had an escape car waiting for them.

They were first noticed by Israeli farmers who notified the occupation forces at around 3 A.M.

It was discovered that the six prisoners had escaped at around 4 A.M. during a head count.

The six prisoners were identified as:

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

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

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

Ayham Kamanji, 35 years old, from Kufr Dan town in Jenin, imprisoned since 2006, sentenced to a life and belonged 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.

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