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Police Question Number-Two Hamas Official

reprinted from Arutz Sheva
08:56 Feb 13, '06 / 15 Shevat 5766

(IsraelNN.com) Jerusalem police on Sunday questioned Sheikh Mohammed Abu-Tir, the number-two man in Hamas. Police detained Abu-Tir after he called on followers to burn the Danish flag in his address at a Friday prayer service in the al-Aqsa Mosque on Jerusalem's Temple Mount.

Abu-Tir, who spent many years in Israeli prisons for his terrorist activities, is now a prominent official, following Hamas' recent victory at the Palestinian Authority (PA) polls. He is calling for the implementation of Islamic law in PA autonomous areas throughout Judea, Samaria and Gaza, confident the Hamas victory will further strengthen the PA's prominence in the international community.

 

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