The Israeli military reported early Sunday that the final two Palestinian fugitives. Who escaped from a maximum-security Israeli jail two weeks ago were again got arrest.
The two Palestinian fugitives apprehended during an Israeli army assault in their hometown of Jenin in the occupied West Bank. In addition bringing an end to a grueling, humiliating chase that exposed security vulnerabilities. However after the six tunneled out of their cell on Sept. 6.
According to Palestinian media, confrontations occurred in Jenin as Israeli soldiers invaded the city. But an Israeli police spokesman claimed the two escapees, Munadil Nafayat and Iham Kamamji. In addition were capture without resistance from a residence where they had sought sanctuary and brought for investigation.
Iham’s father, Fouad Kamamji, told The Associated Press that as Israeli forces encircled the house. In addition his son contacted him and said he would surrender “in order not to jeopardize the house owners.”
The escapes triggered a huge chase effort. Which resulted in the arrest of the first four convicts in two separate operations in northern Israel. Jenin is home to all six of the convicts.
Five of the detainees are members of the extremist Islamic Jihad organization. However four of whom are serving life sentences. While the sixth is a member of President Mahmoud Abbas’ secular Fatah group.
The Palestinians considered the convicts who constructed the tunnel for months and fled to be “heroes”. For Israel, they were “terrorists” who participated in or plotted operations against Israeli soldiers and civilians.
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