When Arbid was transferred to Hadassah University Medical Center on September 28, he was considered to be in critical condition.
The IDF mapped on Thursday the house of Kassem Shabli, one of the terrorists who carried out an attack near the West Bank town of Dolev in August, in which 17-year-old Rina Shnerb was murdered.
The PFLP said the arrests were a “failed and desperate Zionist attempt to break the will of the group, force it to surrender and discourage it from continuing the path of resistance.”
Both IDF courts and the Supreme Court rejected Arbid’s defense lawyers’ previous requests to release him from being a detainee on the grounds that the Shin Bet allegedly beat him into a coma.
Last week, an IDF court rejected Arbid’s defense lawyers’ request to release him from the status of being a detainee on the grounds that he was at least temporarily in a coma.
After the suspect of Rina Shnerb's murder was hospitalized, the court is to decide if he should be brought back
Several Palestinians have been arrested in connection with the August attack that killed Rina Shnerb.
Arbid was listed as an accountant for Addameer (Arabic for conscience) Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association, which is a European-funded NGO.
Samer Mina Salim Arbid, who is accused of killing Rina Shnerb and was arrested by Israeli authorities, is currently in critical condition in hospital.
Some of the terrorists were found a few days after the terror attack near Ein Bubin, while others were captured a couple of weeks ago.