Last march, Salah was sentenced to 11 months in prison. During the current wave of terrorism, the government has begun taking steps to outlaw the Islamic Movement, saying it is a chief cause of the incitement that has led to this series of attacks.
Judge Rafi Carmel rejected Salah’s request to delay the hearing, citing to security concerns. Salah’s attorney, Avigdor Feldman, claimed that Salah’s sermons are metaphorical and complex, and do not constitute incitement any more than calls of “death to Arabs,” which are often made by right-wingers.
Prosecutor Uri Korev emphasized that Salah is a serial ideological defendant and that he hasn’t apologized or expressed regret for his sayings. Feldman interrupted him angrily, saying, “You claim he’s been inciting all his life. You’re inciting.”
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