A Palestinian prisoner was re-arrested by the Israeli forces on Sunday shortly after he was released from an Israeli jail, where he had been locked up for 12 years.
The commission of Jerusalemite prisoners’ and ex-prisoners’ families said Palestinian detainee Moussa Mohamed Darwish, from al-Issawiya village, was re-arrested immediately after he was released from the Israeli Negev lock-up, where he had spent 12 years.
An Israeli intelligence jeep reached the Negev jail and rounded up newly-released Darwish while his family members kept awaiting him since the early morning hours.
Darwish was arrested by the Israeli forces as part of an abduction sweep targeting affiliates of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.
Last week, the Israeli forces stormed the prisoner’s home and kidnapped his brother Majd before they sentenced him to a six-month administrative prison-term.
(Source / 05.03.2017)