Sunday, April 25, 2010

IOF soldiers arrest Palestinian academician while en route to Jordan

[ 25/04/2010 - 11:12 AM ]

NAZARETH, (PIC)-- The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) arrested Dr. Omar Said from Kufr Kina village, north of 1948 occupied Palestine, while on his way to Jordan.
Palestinian sources in 1948 land said that Said was in the company of university lecturer Dr. Mahmoud Mihareb, who was banned from travel, and journalist Suleiman Abu Ersheid.
The Israeli police and Shabak, intelligence, had searched Said's home.
The sources said that the IOF soldiers took Said to Petah Tikwa detention center where he is being interrogated by the intelligence's international crimes unit.
Said was previously arrested and detained and held under house arrest for years because of his political activity in the national movement in 1948 occupied Palestine.
For its part, the Israeli Haaretz newspaper revealed that the Israeli intelligence apparatus Shabak interferes in the appointment of mosque imams in the 1948 occupied lands.

The newspaper said that the Israeli interior ministry use inspectors and agents to gather information about the social, political and family activities of the mosque imams before appointing them according to the recommendations of the Shabak.