The Israeli occupation prisons administration informed the Palestinian detainee, Maher Younis, that he will be transferred today from the Negev desert prison for investigation, two days before his release date, according to the Palestinian Prisoners Club.
The human rights office of Palestinian Prisoners’ Information reported that the Israeli occupation prison administration had suddenly transferred the prisoner, Maher Younis, from the “Negev Desert” prison to an unknown destination.
It indicated in a brief press statement today, Tuesday, that the transfer came 40 hours before the release of “Younes” after spending 40 years in the occupation prisons.
It pointed out that the occupation authorities did this to “disturb Maher Younis, break the joy of the prisoners and prevent their celebration for his liberation.”
The Palestinian Prisoners Club reported that the date for the release of the prisoner, Younis, will be on Thursday, January 19.
In a related context, the occupation police announced that they are preparing to prevent celebrations of the expected liberation of prisoner Maher Younis, 65 years, after he spent 40 years in Israeli prisons.
The prisoner Younes was detained on January 18, 1983, on the grounds of his resistance to the occupation, shortly after the arrest of his freed detainee relative Karim Younes, in addition to their relative Sami Younes.