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Palestinian arrest after TV interview on Jerusalem attack

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Gaza12Apr12BETHLEHEM (PNIC):-After detaining and releasing Palestinian civic activist Muhammad Jadallah, Israeli police reportedly placed Jadallah under house arrest for five days in the occupied East Jerusalem neighborhood of Beit Safafa, according to Palestinian Authority (PA).

Jadallah was detained by Israeli police on Friday following an interview he did on television on the ongoing Israeli-imposed closures in Al-Aqsa mosque and Jerusalem, following a deadly attack Friday morning that left two Israeli police officers and three Palestinian assailants dead.

Locals told PNIC on Friday that Jadallah was arrested because his interview was considered by Israeli police as “incitement.”

Jadallah was detained from his Beit Safafa home and held for several hours in Israeli detention, before he was released on a $2,800 bail and placed under house arrest for five days.

He was also banned from giving press interviews for 30 days,

 
 
 
 
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