The Palestinian Prisoners' Club said: The Israeli occupation army On Thursday, he re-arrested a boy who was released as part of an exchange deal between the Islamic Resistance Movement (agitation) AndIsrael during Temporary truce in Gaza strip Late last November, he was the second case to be rearrested.
The club (non-governmental) indicated in a statement that the Israeli occupation authorities re-arrested Ahmed Walid Khashan (18 years old) from the town of Bir Al-Basha near Embryo North AFor the West Bank.
He added that the arrest of Khashan is the second case of re-arrest after the arrest of the child Youssef Al-Khatib from Jericho (east) two days ago. They are among the children and boys released as part of the exchange batches that took place in November 2023.
Khashan was arrested on Thursday after the Israeli army raided his family home and killed his brother, Wissam Khashan (24 years old).
The club pointed out that the detainee, Ahmed, was arrested on September 10, 2022, and was sentenced to 3 years in prison, and was released as part of the second batch of exchange payments that took place in November of last year.
Commenting on his re-arrest, the club said that it was “a clear violation of the release deals that were concluded, which is a dangerous matter, and an indication that the occupation has restored its policy of re-arresting ex-detainees as part of the release deals.”
According to Israeli media, the temporary truce at the end of last November, which lasted for 7 days, resulted in the release of 105 civilians detained by Hamas, including 81 Israelis, 23 Thai citizens, and one Filipino.
Meanwhile, Palestinian prisoner institutions reported that Israel released 71 female prisoners and 169 children under the temporary truce.
Since the outbreak of the devastating Israeli war against the Gaza Strip, the Israeli army has intensified its operations in the West Bank and expanded its incursions and raids into Palestinian cities, towns and camps, resulting in deaths and injuries.