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September 3, 2013 9:32 am

Israeli Police Arrest Sheikh Raed Salah for Incitement Over Al Aqsa Mosque

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Jerusalem Post – Israeli police have arrested the head of the Islamic Movement’s Northern Branch Sheikh Raed Salah on suspicion of incitement. Police said the arrest was made after Salah allegedly accused Israel and the Israeli occupation of trying to torch the Al Aqsa Mosque and the wider Arab world as a whole, during a speech last week in Kfar Kara in the Galilee.

Salah was arrested by the Jerusalem branch of the YAMAR investigative unit on Tuesday at the Anava interchange.

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  • Lawrence Kulak

    Well its about time that Israel arrested one of these hateful (is it sheiks or sheets?) for incitement. Up until now, I thought that the law only applied to settlers who were fighting for their biblical rights to the land of Israel?

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