BEITUNIA, West Bank, Nov 24 (Reuters) - For the families of Palestinian detainees freed by Israel under a hostage deal agreed with the Islamist group Hamas, Friday brought relief tinged with sadness at the fighting that is set to continue in Gaza after the expiry of a four-day truce.
Israeli police were seen raiding her Jerusalem home before her daughter was released.
More than 100 more Palestinian prisoners are due to be released over the coming four days and more may be freed if the truce is extended.
In Beitunia, a city near Ramallah in the occupied West Bank, a large crowd, mostly of young men, greeted freed prisoners by cheering, honking car horns and marching in the street carrying Palestinian flags.
[1/7]Released Palestinian prisoner Fatima Amarneh is received by her family, amid a hostages-prisoners swap deal between Hamas and Israel, near Jenin in the Israeli-occupied West Bank November 25, 2023.
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