army, police on big alarm for hamas ‘day’ of fury’ in support of escaped

Soldiers and policemen were put on big alarm over fears of widespread violence Friday, after Hamas terror group declared a “day” of fury” in solidarity with six Palestinian Security Prisoners who broke out of jail earlier this week and remain on the run.

The Israel Defense Forces have already canceled the furlough for soldiers stationed in the West Bank as it adapted up for possible collisions for day of fury,” set until start next Friday prayers.

Police meanwhile stepped up their alert status to the second-highest level over the whole country. She also diverted forces to the prison services die have been faced with riot in prisons.

The six escaped from the maximum security Gilboa prison in Northern Israel in the pre-dawn hours of Monday morning, making their way out by the drainage of their cell system in one of the most serious prison breaks in the countries history, and trigger a massive manhunt in Northern Israel and the West Bank.

four of the six were fugitives in jail for life in link with deadly to attack against Israelis; the sixth — a notorious commander in Al-Aqsa Martyr Brigade of Fatah terror group, Zakaria Zubeidi — was in prison while on process for two dozen crimes, including attempted murder. Another one was held in administrative detention.

All six are considered very dangerous.

army, police on big alarm for hamas ‘day’ of fury’ in support of escaped

Palestinians attend a meeting in solidarity with the escape of the six Palestinian prisoners from the Israeli prison of Gilboa on Sep 8, 2021, in Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip. (Abed Rahim Khatib/Flash90)

The Israel Prisons Service said on Thursday that prisoners who were detained in the prison of Gilboa – who were transferred to other facilities after the escape — won’t go back to that jail of another facility in the north, and will instead are being divided over other prisons in the south and the center of the country.

prison authorities also said she’s safety in prisons will improve, including: regular searches of cells, and will work to Islamic Jihad prisoners over to distribute different facilities in to separate them.

The police believe that some of the suspects may have fled the country for Jordan – something Jordanian officials have denied – as Kan TV reported on On Thursday, authorities believe a number of they are in the West Bank and are aided by local Palestinians.

met significant military back-up, Israeli security forces urged on with the nationwide quest on Thursday when it entered its fourth day.

According to Kan, the manhunt, die has seen roadblocks set up around several major Palestinian cities and in Northern Israel, expected to continue for “a lot of more to dawn.”

At the same time, Palestinians have held large-scale demonstrations in the West Bank and in Jerusalem of they violent, in solidarity with the escaped security prisoners.

Thursday night saw clashes in the flash point city of Hebron, where dozens of Palestinians threw rocks at Israel Defense Forces soldiers. There were no immediate reports of injuries. At least one Palestinian was arrested for nasty men say throwing stones to Israeli troops.

In addition, a number of prisons have seen riots in response to increased restrictions in the wake of the jailbreak; the police would get ready to help secure prisons as the violence continued.

Public Security Minister Omer Barlev pledged Thursday morning to capture the six, and to go with the failures die made it possible prison break to happen.

“We’ll Get Our Hands” on the terrorist fugitives, we will correct the mistakes die led to the breakouts – and if we find professional negligence, we’ll take care of it of that too,” Barlev told reporters.

Evidence of blunders and negligence continued to rear its head.

The six inmates dug a tunnel out of the shower tray in their cell, according to initial findings from the Israel Prisons Service, Kan.

The same prison saw an attempted jailbreak in 2014, in in which prisoners tried to dig a tunnel under their toilet. After die thwarted attempt, the Prison Service reinforced that area with concrete and metal and replaced the toilet bowls.

However, it did not amplify the equivalent of to replace area in the showers, according to the report.

dug a tunnel in the bathroom of a cell occupied by eight members of Islamic Jihad in the Gilboa prison in northern Israel, on August 3, 2014. (Photo credit: Israel Prisons Service)

Further aid to the escapees this time, a watchtower met view of the exit of the tunnel die was used in the escape was unmanned at the time of the prison break, according to a number of reports on Thursday.

The exit of the tunnel was just a few meters away from the watchtower. the Ynet news site said the reason for the post being unmanned was unclear, and that a camera was aimed at the opening of the tunnel, but no one was watching the video.

Police officers and prison guards inspect the place of An prison escape outside the Gilboa prison in northern Israel, on September 6, 2021. (AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)

The Haaretz newspaper reported that the tower had stood empty for over one month with orders of the prison Commander Freddy Ben Shitrit due to manpower shortage. Channel 13 news mentioned budgetary considerations.

In another nearby tower, the guard was… in sleep during the incident. Channel 13 news reported Thursday that the guard had told her commanders she heard noises, up but could see nothing, and went back to sleep.

Barlev said on Thursday that he decided to make a government commission to investigate the circumstances surrounding the prisoners escape.

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