Gaza, ALRAY - 80 Gazans left the coastal enclave on Monday morning to visit their relatives held in the Nafha Prison, the International Committee for the Red Cross announced.
ICRC spokesperson Nasser al-Najjar said, 80 persons, including 15 children, left via the Beit Hanoun (Erez) crossing in northern Gaza to visit their detained relatives.
Israel recently reactivated Gaza family visit program, after suspending it in 2007.
There are 450 Palestinian prisoners from Gaza held behind the Israeli occupation’s bars. Under international law, they are entitled to receive family visits.