J'lem: Hamas no. 2 investigated for incitement Staff
The no. 2 man on the Hamas's parliamentary list, Muhammad Abu-Tir, was investigated by the Jerusalem Police on Sunday afternoon on suspicion of inciting Muslim attending the Friday prayers on the Temple Mount to burn Danish flags in response to the publication of derogatory cartoons of the prophet Muhammad. He was interrogated under warning for an hour, according to Israel Radio. At the end of the interrogation, he was ordered not to go near the Temple Mount in the coming fifteen days.
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