The Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein announced on Wednesday that Raed Salah, leader of the northern branch of the Islamic movement, would not be accused of attacking Israeli soldiers as there was no evidence to suggest the was involved in the violence.
The AG did not rule out the possibility that Salah would be prosecuted for other offenses. In the mean time he was released from arrest and allowed to go home.
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