JENIN, (PIC)-- Israeli occupation forces (IOF) broke into the home of Hamas leader Abdulbaset Al-Haj in Jalkamos village to the east of Jenin after midnight Tuesday.
Sources close to the family told the PIC reporter that IOF soldiers stormed the house at one am Wednesday and threatened Haj against resuming his social activity or else face detention anew.
They said that Haj refused the threat and told the soldiers he would continue in his social activity in visiting relatives and friends and sharing in their various occasions as his natural right.
The soldiers remained in the house for an hour. Haj was released only three weeks ago after 16 months of administrative detention, without trial or charge.
Meanwhile, IOF soldiers stormed the homes of two freed captives in Wafa Al-ahrar deal in the same village.
The soldiers told their relatives that their houses would be blown up in the event any of them entered 1948 occupied land.
The soldiers also threatened to liquidate the liberated prisoners who were deported to Gaza on their release.