The Israeli authorities released Jarrar at the Jbara checkpoint near the northern occupied West Bank district of Tulkarem.
Speaking at a press conference in front of her home in Ramallah on Friday evening, Jarrar called attention to the difficult conditions she faced in custody, which female Palestinian prisoners still being held in Israeli prisons and jails continue to endure.
However, international pressure later forced Israeli authorities to bring charges against her, all 12 of which focused on her political activism.
Jarrar was charged with security-related offenses related to her membership and activities with the PFLP — a Palestinian political party Israel considers a “terrorist” organization, along with the majority of other Palestinian political factions — and accused of inciting violence.
A judge ordered Jarrar to be released on bail in May, claiming there was not sufficient evidence for her posing a security threat. However, another judge reversed the decision a week later, ordering her to remain in prison until her trial.
In December, an Israeli military court sentenced Jarrar to 15 months in prison and a fine of 10,000 shekels ($2,582), with an additional suspended sentence of 12 months within a five-year period.
Jarrar also said that she refused to acknowledge the legitimacy of the court, stating that all charges pressed against her were “ridiculous” and related to completely legal activities, including social and political work as a member of parliament.
Her arrest was condemned by the international community, as Palestinian and Israeli human rights groups demanded her release.