Raed Salah appeals against police assault conviction

June 15, 2010 17:25

Raed Salah, head of the Northern Branch of Islamic movement, launched an appeal on Tuesday against an earlier conviction of assaulting a policeman.

Salah, who was convicted at the beginning of this year and sentenced to nine months in prison for attacking an officer during a demonstration which turned violent, appeared before the Jerusalem District Court together with a number of Arab Knesset Members who had arrived to support him.

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