Gaza, ALRAY - Palestinian ex-detainee, Nesrin Abu Kmeil, arrived on Wednesday to the Gaza Strip through Beit Hanoun crossing in the northern Gaza Strip, after being stuck for four days there with no permission from the Israeli occupation authorities to enter Gaza.
The Israeli occupation authorities denied on Monday the ex-detainee Nesrin Abu Kmeil, 46, access to the Gaza Strip following her release from Damon prison.
Late on Sunday, Abu Kmeil arrived at the Beit Hanoun "Erez" crossing to enter Gaza, but the occupation authorities did not allow her, on the pretext that she did not have permission to enter.
Abu Kmeil is a mother of seven children who were denied seeing their mother throughout her detention time.
Palestinian sources confirmed that Abu Kmeil spent the past four nights in the open area in front of the Beit Hanoun crossing, which was documented by activists with a video showing her at the gate demanding that she be allowed to enter the Gaza Strip to meet her family, who were waiting for her from the Palestinian side of the crossing.