The Hamas movement accused the Palestinian Authority (PA) of “continuing its violations against Palestinians in West Bank,” in a statement on Monday, which said that two Palestinians were summoned for questioning overnight, while the PA has continued to detain several Palestinians in PA jails, denying the detainees “all of their their rights,” including the right to receive family visits, Hamas said.
In the southern occupied West Bank district of Hebron, PA forces summoned former prisoner Tariq Gharib to appear for question on Tuesday, the report said.
Meanwhile, in the northern occupied West Bank district of Nablus, “former political detainee” Samah al-Nadi was briefly detained Sunday night after being summoned by PA intelligence, and was released after agreeing to return for further questioning next week, Hamas wrote.
Hamas highlighted in the statement that former prisoner Hamza Zablah was still being detained by the PA in Hebron for the 13th consecutive day.
Zablah was among six men recently detained by the PA in Hebron, who have each had orders for their release ignored by authorities.