Islamic Movement head Sheikh Raed Salah said on Saturday that he does not regret comments Friday, he told London newspaper, Al-kuds al-Arabi. "Israel is the last [country] that can talk about incitement," he said. On Friday, Interior Security Minister Avi Dichter and Israel Police Inspector-General Moshe Karadi decided that the words spoken by Salah calling on Muslims to renew the intifada would be reviewed by Attorney General Menachem Mazuz for incitement. Salah told fellow Muslims at a massive protest north of Jerusalem's Old City that Israel had Palestinian blood "in their food and in their drinks" and that they must help bring about an "end [to Israeli] occupation."
Muslims clash with police after Salah speech in east J'lem
Earlier, Chief Ashkenazi Rabbi Yona Metzger called on authorities to bring Islamic Movement head Sheikh Raed Salah to justice, saying Salah's speech was filled with lies, illusions and anti-Semitism.
On Monday, the Jerusalem Magistrate's Court agreed to a police request that he be barred from coming within 150 meters of the walls for 60 days following a violent protest against the Mughrabi Gate project 10 days ago.