Israeli Prisons Service (IPS) on Tuesday have released the injured minor female prisoner, Istabraq Nour (15) from Israeli jails after 20 months of imprisonment.
Istabraq, from Madama village south of Nablus city, northern West Bank, was arrested by Israeli Forces on 21 October 2015, under the pretext of attempting a stabbing attack near Yetshar settlement.
Israeli court sentenced her to 20 months of imprisonment and a fine of 3,000 shekels (approximately $830).
On the day of her arrest, Israeli soldiers opened fire, causing her injury in her right hand. Reports say that she is still injured and in need of intense treatment to recover and be able to move her arm.
According to Addameer organization, there are currently around 300 child prisoners in Israeli jails.