Israeli police put Sheikh Khatib under house arrest for five days
KAFR KANNA, (PIC)– The Israeli occupation police at dawn Tuesday released Sheikh Kamal al-Khatib, deputy head of the Islamic Movement in the 1948 occupied lands, and placed him under house arrest for five days, pending further investigation. The Israeli police arrested Sheikh Khatib on Monday evening following a raid on his house in Kafr Kanna village near Nazareth city and interrogated him for several hours. Sheikh Khatib said that he was put under house arrest on allegations of his incitement to violence and hatred. He added that his interrogators accused him of inciting violence on social media and organizing a march following the coup attempt in Turkey in support of the Turkish leadership.
(Source / 09.08.2016)