The occupation closes "Erez" and "Karam Abu Salem" and deprives the families of the prisoners from visiting their children

On Tuesday morning, the Israeli occupation authorities closed the Beit Hanoun "Erez" checkpoint for the movement of individuals, and the only commercial crossing of the Gaza Strip, Karam Abu Salem.

Raed Fattouh, chairman of the Committee for the Coordination of The Introduction of Goods to the Gaza Strip, said the Karam Abu Salem crossing was suddenly closed by the occupation.

The occupation authorities denied the families of Gaza prisoners a weekly visit to their children in prisons allocated every Tuesday through the Beit Hanoun "Erez" checkpoint.

In the morning, the occupation army announced the closure of the "Erez" checkpoint, as part of security measures it took in the settlements surrounding the Gaza Strip, on the pretext that there was intelligence information about the intention of the Islamic Jihad movement to escalate after the arrest of its leader in the West Bank, Bassam al-Saadi.

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