Israeli Occupation Forces allowed 100 Palestinian families to visit their sons in Nafha Prison today.
Wa'ed Institution for Prisoners said in a press release Sunday," Prisoners' families will visit 50 prisoners. Parents in addition to children who are less than 17 are allowed to visit their relatives.
The visit starts in the morning and finishes at the first hours of the evening. Wa'ed demanded Red Cross to facilitate the visits.
Israel prevented family visits for several years after kidnapping the Israeli soldier Gila'd Shalit. Then, it resumed them after signing an agreement sponsored by Egypt, after the well-known hunger strike "We Will Live in Degnity".