Palestinian protester ordered to leave Jerusalem

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December 26, 2010 12:27

 
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The IDF has ordered a Palestinian protest leader from east Jerusalem to leave the city by late afternoon.

The protest leader, Adnan Gheith, had appealed an expulsion order issued earlier this year, but he said Sunday the Defense Ministry rejected the appeal and ordered him to leave Jerusalem by 5 p.m.

His lawyer, Rami Othman, said he plans to appeal the case to the Supreme Court before the deadline expires.

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