The Israeli Authorities released, on Friday noon, the youngest Palestinian detainee, Malak al-Khatib, after holding her captive since December 31, 2014The child was moved to the Jabara Israeli military roadblock, south of the northern West Bank city of Tulkarem, where her family and dozens of residents received her.

Malak was held in the HaSharon Israeli prison for women, and faced very difficult conditions during her imprisonment, in addition to being interrogated without a lawyer or the presence of any family member.

Last month, the ‘Ofer Israeli military court sentenced Khatib to two-month imprisonment, and 6000 NIS New Israeli Shekels fine. She was sent to court four times facing three charges of “throwing stones at the soldiers.”

Her family was never allowed to see her, and were prevented from talking to her during the court session.

Israel is holding captive 213 children in Majeddo, HaSharon and ‘Ofer prisons.

Malak al-Khatib to be Released on Friday