Ahmed al-Mudallal, a leader in the Islamic Jihad Movement in Palestine affirmed today, his confidence that the resistance, which was able to create new equations in the conflict with the occupation, is capable of achieving an exchange deal that heals the heart of the Palestinian people, Monday, August 1st.
Al-Mudalal stressed, in an exclusive statement said that any upcoming exchange deal constitutes great hope for the Palestinian people and hundreds of prisoners sentenced to life imprisonment, female prisoners, captive children, and the heroes of the Gilboa Tunnel battle – Jenin Brigade.
The leader emphasized that the resistance was the one who was able, with its wisdom and superior ability to maneuver the occupation, to achieve that great victory by liberating more than a thousand prisoners in the Wafaa Al-Ahrar Deal in 2011.
He considered that any upcoming prisoner exchange would constitute a great victory for the Palestinian people and their resistance, which puts the issue of prisoners at the top, which did not hesitate for a moment but worked and planned continuously in order to liberate the prisoners who are seen as the very symbol of resistance and the symbol of Palestinian defiance and steadfastness.
Abu Obeida, a spokesman for the Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, revealed yesterday in a tweet, that the location of the captured Israeli soldiers in the Battle of Seif Al-Quds was subjected to Zionist bombardment, which led to the death of a shadow unit member and the injury of three others.
The tweet came on the eighth anniversary of the 2014 summer war; During which the Qassam Brigades captured two Zionist soldiers.
The Al-Qassam Brigades captured 4 “Israeli” prisoners, including two soldiers who were captured during the war on the Gaza Strip in the summer of 2014, “Shaul Aron and Hadar Goldin”. As for the other two, they entered the Strip in unclear circumstances.
The Israeli occupation forces are detaining more than 5,000 Palestinians in their prisons, in difficult humanitarian and health conditions, including life-long sentences, patients, and administrative detainees, eagerly awaiting any prisoner exchange deal.