Two female Palestinian prisoners have been released from the Israeli regime’s custody, but 18 others are still behind bars.
According to the reports, the Ahrar Center for Detainee’s Studies and Human Rights reported on Friday that the Zionist regime recently freed Alaa Abu Zeitoun and Reem Hamarsha from the occupied West Bank cities of Nablus and Jenin.
The rights body added that 18 female Palestinians, including a 16-year-old girl, are still held in Israeli jails.
The female detainees are facing difficult conditions in Israeli prisons, said the rights group, adding that the Tel Aviv regime denies the women the right to visit their families.
According to the report, around 7,000 Palestinian inmates, including some 250 children, are currently being held illegally in 17 Israeli prisons and detention camps. About 500 of the detainees are also imprisoned under administrative detention orders.