Jerusalem, ALRAY - The Commission of Detainees and Ex-detainees Affairs (CDEA) reported late on Saturday that the Israeli occupation authorities postponed the appeal trial session for the six Palestinian detainees who managed to escape from Jalbou’ prison for a short time.
In a brief statement, the CDEA said that the appeal session at the Israeli Nazareth District Court, which was scheduled to be held on the sixth of December, was postponed to the 10th of January 2023.
The Palestinian detainees who managed to escape from Jalbou’ prison through a tunnel dug over a period of months include Mahmoud al-Arda, Muhammed al-Arda, Ayham Kamamji, Ya’coub Qadri, Zakaria al-Zubeidi and Munadil Enfi'at, all from Jenin in the northern occupied West Bank.
On the 22nd of May, the Israeli occupation court sentenced the six detainees to five years in prison, in addition to a fine of 5,000 shekels. Such sentences came at the request of the Israeli occupation prosecution last April to impose additional penalties on the six detainees, as well as other five detainees accused of helping them escape.