Tuesday, September 03, 2013

180 Days and 30 Kilometers Bye-Bye to Raad Salah

Two years ago, Moshe Arens called for the halt to Sheikh Raad Salah's incitement campaign:

Israel must stop Sheikh Ra'ad Salah's dangerous behavior


How can the U.K. act against Sheikh Ra'ad Salah, while Israel itself does nothing?

This year he's been inciting and recently, calling for a mass disobedience act at the Temple Mount tomorrow:

Another poster:

Here are some of his targets:

Back in 2006, this was his message:

Islamic Movement head: J'lem destined capital of caliphate  -
In annual meeting, Shiek Ra'ad Salah tells 50,000 gatherers Israel control of Temple Mount is nearing end.

Well, some has some sense:

Sheikh Raed Salah, the infamous leader of the northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel, has been arrested today, following calls he made to his followers last week, in which he urged them to block Jews from ascending the Temple Mount "with their bodies."

Israel Police spokesman Superintendent Mickey Rosenfeld announced via Twitter that Salah - who has served time in jail before for extremist activities - was arrested on charges of "incitement against Israel and regarding the Temple Mount," and is currently being questioned by police.

And the latest is that a court has decided that a distancing order of 30 kilometers from Jerusalem be applied to him for 180 days.



He's refusing to accept the restricting conditions and so far is in jail until a hearing tomorrow.


He's been released.

Muslims throwing stones at police, Wednesday morning, and succeeding in causing the police to limit Jewish visits to a walk from the Mugrahbi Gate to the Chain Gate, a distance of 120 meters on the same western side of the compound:

Five were arrested.


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