The ‘Israeli’ occupation regime on Monday released Palestinian detainee Rushdi Abu Mokh, 58, after serving 35 years in prison.
Abu Mokh, from the predominantly Arab city of Baqa al-Gharbiyye inside the occupied territories, was detained in 1986, along with three colleagues, on charges of joining a resistance cell belonging to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine [PFLP].
The cell was blamed for the abduction of a Zionist soldier and attempting to relocate him outside the occupied Palestinian territories to use him as a bargaining chip in any prisoner swap with the Zionist entity.
Abu Mokh was slapped with a life sentence by an ‘Israeli’ court before the sentence was reduced to 35 years in prison.
According to the Palestinian Prisoner Society, the Tel Aviv regime has refused to release Abu Mokh and his colleagues in any prisoner swap deal with Palestinian resistance groups.
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