A total of 199 human rights organizations held Israel fully responsible for the lives and safety of six prisoners who tunneled their way out of a maximum security Israeli detention center earlier this month and were arrested later.
Resistance movements Hamas and Islamic Jihad reacted to the arrest of the two remaining Palestinian prisoners who escaped from a high-security jail nearly two weeks ago, saying Israeli prison authorities would be ultimately forced to release all the six Palestinian inmates themselves.
Hamas warned the Israeli regime of serious consequences of its criminal acts and repressive measures against Palestinian prisoners in the wake of the recent escape of six Palestinian prisoners from a high-security jail.
Iran’s ambassador to the Vienna-based international organizations criticized the United Nations nuclear agency’s deliberate silence regarding Israel’s nuclear arsenals, which are replete with atomic bombs, saying the world has been turning a blind eye to the Tel Aviv regime’s nuclear work for more than five decades.
The Palestinian resistance movement Hamas said that fresh Israeli airstrikes on Gaza Strip are an attempt by the Israeli regime to divert attentions from the successful escape of Palestinian inmates from its high-security prison.
Members of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad group said they will fight Israeli forces if they enter the Jenin refugee camp in search of six Palestinian prisoners who escaped from a high-security Israeli prison.
Palestinian resistance movement Hamas denounced the latest Israeli airstrikes against the Gaza Strip, describing them as a desperate attempt to cover up the regime’s failure in the case of the recent Palestinian jailbreak.