Alwaght- Israeli regime reportedly has captured two more Palestinians who escaped from a maximum-security prison earlier this week, bringing to four the number of prisoners recaptured.
The two persons were identified as Zakaria Zubeidi and Mahmoud al-Arida, who were reportedly found at a truck garage in northern parts of occupied Palestinian territories.
Two more Palestinians remain at-large.
Earlier on Friday, occupying regime's authorities said they caught the first two of six Palestinian escapees.
In a statement, a police spokeswoman said the two were captured on Mount Precipice, a Christian holy site near Nazareth.
The two men captured were members of the Palestinian group Islamic Jihad, Israeli media reported.
Police did not provide their identities. Video on social media showed Israeli officers putting two men into the back of separate police vehicles.
Israel had launched a massive manhunt for the six prisoners who made a daring jailbreak on Monday from the high-security Gilboa prison through a tunnel dug beneath a sink in a cell.
Earlier on Friday, Palestinians across the occupied West Bank and occupied al-Quds East (Jerusalem) took to the streets in solidarity with Palestinian prisoners and protested against their punishment.