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Pictures| Israeli forces raid, search houses of Gilbou’s breaker relatives

Jenin (QNN)- Israeli occupation forces raided and searched several houses belonging to relatives of one of Gilbou’s six breakers in Beir al-Basha village, southwest of Jenin in the occupied West Bank at dawn on Wednesday.

Local sources said that the Israeli forces at dawn violently raided houses belonging to relatives of Palestinian prisoner in Israeli jails Yaaqob Qadri in the town of Beir al-Basha, turning them upside-down.

49-year-old Qadri is from Beir al-Basha town, imprisoned since 2003, sentenced to a life and belongs to the Palestinian Islamic Jihad movement.

Qadri is one of the six Palestinian prisoners managed to liberate themselves on September 6 2021, from Gilbou prison, a high-security Israeli prison, through a secret tunnel they had reportedly dug beneath the prison.

The Gilbou’s six breakers are: Mahmoud Arda, Mohammad Arda, Ayham Kamanji, Yaaqob Qadri, Zakaria Zubaidi, and Munadel Infeiat.

Four of the six breakers, Mahmoud Arda, Mohammad Arda, Qadri, Zubaidi, were rearrested by the Israeli occupation on September 11, after five days of large-scale sweep operations throughout occupied Palestine using high-tech systems and the two others, Infeiat and Kamanji, were rearrested on September 19, after 13 days.

According to an October report by Palestinian Prisoner’s Society, about 16 Palestinians who are relatives of the Gilbou’s six breakers, were arrested by Israeli forces after raiding, searching their houses, and interrogating them, as a part of collective punishment.

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