Sheikh Salah Raed questioned for incitement

Sheikh Salah Raed, the leader of the Islamic Movement in Israel, was questioned by police on Sunday over allegations of incitement to violence for recent remarks he made calling for a new intifada against the Jewish State, police said. The three-hour long interrogation of Salah came 10 days after a Jerusalem court ordered the radical leader out of the city for violating a previous court order following a series of run-ins he had with police over a contested archeological excavation underway near the Temple Mount. Salah, an Israeli citizen who heads the northern branch of the Islamic Movement, called on Muslims to launch a new intifada over the archeological dig.