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Israeli police: Prisoner Zakaria Al-Zubaidi resisted the forces that arrested him

An Israeli police source said that the prisoner Zakaria al-Zubaidi, one of the six prisoners who managed to escape from the high-security Gilboa prison last week, resisted the forces that arrested him, along with another prisoner this morning.


The Israeli police published pictures circulated by the media, including the Haaretz newspaper, showing Al-Zubaidi with a wound and swelling on his face. It was found that he had shown fierce resistance during the process of his arrest.


The Israeli police had arrested the two prisoners, Zakaria al-Zubaidi (46 years), from Jenin refugee camp, a member of the Revolutionary Council of the (Fatah) movement, and Muhammad Ardah (39 years), from the town of Arraba near the town of "Al-Shibli Umm Al-Ghanam" on the slopes of Mount Tabor in the Lower Galilee, in Marj Ibn Amer.


Yesterday evening, the Israeli police arrested the two prisoners, Mahmoud Abdullah Ardah (46 years), from the town of Arrabeh, south of Jenin, and Yaqoub Mahmoud Qadri (49 years), from the village of Bir Al-Basha, south of Jenin, in the Jabal al-Qafzeh area in the city of Nazareth.


It is noteworthy that six Palestinian prisoners managed to escape from the Gilboa prison near the town of Bisan, which is one of the most guarded prisons in Israel, and all of them belong to the Jenin governorate in the northern West Bank.