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Islamic Movement Leader Refuses Summons for Questioning

reprinted from Arutz 7
6 Adar Bet 5768, 13 March 08 09:45

(IsraelNN.com) Sheikh Ra'ad Salah refused to comply with a summons by police to appear for questioning in the investigation of a sermon he gave in February 2007 in Jerusalem. Salah is suspected of using the speech about the Israeli archaeological dig near the Rambam (Mughrabi) Gate near the Temple Mount to incite Muslims against Israel.

Speaking on A-Shams radio, Salah, the head of the northern branch of the Islamic Movement, said he would not appear for questioning because he is afraid he will be attacked by Jews in retaliation for the murder of eight young yeshiva students in Jerusalem last week by an Israeli Arab terrorist.

During his speech last year, Salah announced, "The time has come for an Arab-Muslim intifada for Jerusalem and the Al-Aksa Mosque."

 

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