The Palestinian news agency, Wafa, said that a bus and vehicles belonging to the International Committee of the Red Cross transported a number of released detainees from Ofer military prison to the municipality of Al-Bireh, while the 5 Jerusalemite detainees and a child were released from the "Russian Compound" detention center, where their families received them.

Hundreds of citizens received the released detainees in the municipality square of Al-Bireh, chanting slogans congratulating their release, and others calling for the release of all detainees in Israeli prisons, according to Wafa.

Since the early hours of the evening, hundreds of citizens, families of detainees and detainees flocked successively in front of the entrance to the "Ofer" military prison, and the Al-Bireh municipality square, where their daughters and sons were received to be released.

In Jerusalem, Israeli forces prevented the families of detainees from celebrating or receiving well-wishers at home, and obstructed the arrival of released detainee Israa al-Jaabiss for several hours.

In a joint statement, the Commission for Prisoners and Ex-Detainees Affairs and the Prisoners' Club announced the names of the first batch of 33 child detainees and detainees who are released today, as follows:

  • Israa Riyad Jamil Jaabis/Jerusalem: sentenced to 11 years in prison, detained since 2015, one of the most serious cases of illness among female prisoners.

  • Fadwa Nazih Kamel Hamada/Jerusalem: sentenced to 10 years in prison, detained since 2017.

  • Aisha Yousef Abdullah Afghani / Jerusalem: sentenced to 13 years in prison, detained since 2016.

  • Nourhan Ibrahim Khader Awwad/ Jerusalem: sentenced to 10 years in prison, since 2015.

  • Shorouq Saleh Ibrahim Dwayat/Jerusalem: sentenced to 16 years in prison, detained since 2015.

  • Maysoon Mousa Mahmoud Musa/Bethlehem: sentenced to 15 years in prison, detained since 2015.

  • Anwar Safi Ahmed Atta / Ramallah

  • Raja Asaad Raja Abu Qayas / Jenin

  • Omar Mohammed Abdul Rahim Shweiki / Jerusalem

  • Hamada Saed Mustafa Abu Samra / Jenin

  • Ibrahim Walid Ibrahim Taamra / Bethlehem

  • Mohammed Yassin Tayseer Sabah/ Bethlehem

  • Ahmed Ali Mohammed Al-Sabah/ Bethlehem

  • Ibrahim Samir Ibrahim Sabah/ Bethlehem

  • Murad Fouad Abdul Latif Dar Atta / Ramallah

  • Ahmed Waleed Mohammed Khashan/ Jenin

  • Shaker Ali Shaker Salem Ballout/ Hebron

  • Wael Bilal Shaker Masha/ Nablus

  • Tariq Ziad Abdel Rahim Daoud / Qalqilya

  • Abdul Rahman Mohammed Saleh Hourani/ Qalqilya

  • Marwah Yasser Rateb Khuraimieh/ Jenin

  • Abdulhadi Essam Mohammed Kamil / Jenin

  • Saddam Amjad Majid Taqatqa/ Bethlehem

  • Jihad Tawfiq Jihad Yousef/ Ramallah

  • Mohammed Ayman Abdul Rahman Araisi/ Nablus

  • Mustafa Mazen Hussein Shehadeh / Ramallah

  • Ezzedine Anan Hassan Sudani/ Nablus

  • Shadi Mohammed Deeb Abu Adi / Ramallah

  • Yassin Omar Ezzat Hanafia/ Jericho

  • Yousef Mahmoud Salem Sabtin / Hebron

  • Mohammed Tariq Salim Hawashin / Jenin

  • Abdul Karim Anwar Zahir Al-Saadi/ Jenin

  • Samed Khaled Mahmoud Abu Khalaf/ Nablus

  • Ahmed Gharib Ahmed Khalil/ Ramallah

  • Wissam Marwan Abdel Salam Tamimi/ Ramallah

  • Mohammad Nasr Fawzi Sawalmeh/ Nablus

  • Yazan Jabr Abdul Jabbar Al-Hasanat / Bethlehem

  • Mohammed Nizar Nimr Abu Oun / Jenin

  • Khaled Mohammed Masarweh Department/ Jenin
  • On Friday, Israel released 39 detainees, 24 women and 15 children, at the Ofer military prison, west of Ramallah, and from the "Russian Compound" detention center in Jerusalem.

    The release of the detainees comes within the "humanitarian truce", which entered into force in the Gaza Strip on Friday, after an Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip that continued since the seventh of last October, and resulted in the death of more than 15,6150 citizens, including 4,<> children, and more than <>,<> women, and will continue for four days extendable, interspersed with the release of a number of female detainees, child detainees from Israeli prisons, and the introduction of relief aid and quantities of fuel.

    Wafa said that the number of prisoners in Israeli prisons reached 7500,72, including 250 women, and 3 children, while more than 7,<> Palestinians were arrested after October <>.