Israeli occupation releases female prisoner from Nablus
Israeli occupation released, on Sunday, the Palestinian female prisoner Weaam Sameeh Asida, 25 years, from Nablus, after spending two years and half in Israeli jails.
The prisoner Asida was released from “Damon” prion where her family gathered to welcome her at “Salem” military checkpoint north of Jenin.
The Israeli forces kidnapped Asida on November 2013 at “Zaatara” checkpoint claiming she had attempted to carry out a stabbing attack against Israeli soldiers. She was sentenced to 32-month term and a fine of 5000 shekels.
It worth to note that the prisoner Asida is a student at Hesham Hejjawi college, and she is sister of the Qassam martyr Asim Asida and the prisoner Osama, who has been in Israeli prison since 2002.