Report: Imprisoned terrorists' relatives no longer allowed to visit

Wafa report: Red Cross informed imprisoned terrorists' families that visits have been suspended.

Nitzan Keidar ,

Gilboa Prison
Gilboa Prison
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The Red Cross has informed the families of terrorists imprisoned in Israel that they will not be able to visit their relatives until the end of the month, Wafa reported.

The announcement follows the Monday morning escape of six terrorists from the Gilboa Prison.

There has also been violent rioting by security prisoners, at several prisons across Israel.

Meanwhile Wafa has said that the terrorists' actions while in prison showed an "enlistment and general rebellion against all of the rules of the prisons' management, in case the means of suppression and punishment taken against them continue."

Earlier on Thursday, Kan Bet reported that Israel's defense establishment is concerned about the possibility of weakening the stability in Gaza, as well as in Judea, Samaria, and the rest of Israel.



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