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Yusuf Ida’is
PA minister criticizes Israel for searching in mosque for murderer as “cowardly attack against a religious and sacred place of worship… [which] constitutes part of a series of daily attacks against our... holy sites”
Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida - Feb. 9, 2019
 






Headline: "The occupation raided the Jamal Abd Al-Nasser Mosque, the Sateh Marhaba neighborhood and Al-Quds Street in El-Bireh"
      "A special Israeli force of undercover soldiers raided the Jamal Abd Al-Nasser Mosque in the heart of El-Bireh yesterday evening [Feb. 8, 2019] and took the film from its security cameras (in order to find the suspect in the brutal murder of an Israeli woman; see note below –Ed.)…
[PA] Minister of Religious Affairs Yusuf Ida'is condemned the attack against the sanctity of the Jamal Abd Al-Nasser Mosque under baseless and unacceptable pretexts. Ida'is said in a press statement that this cowardly attack against a religious and sacred place of worship, without any consideration for its sanctity and its religious and spiritual value, constitutes part of a series of daily attacks against our Islamic and Christian holy sites, and particularly the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the pearl of Palestine, by the occupation forces and unbridled settlers and under political cover of the right-wing occupation government. Ida'is demanded that the international community defend the Islamic and Christian holy sites in Palestine from these attacks, which have become systematic."
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Ori Ansbacher –19-year-old Israeli woman who was brutally attacked and stabbed to death in Jerusalem on Feb. 7, 2019. The suspect, 29-year-old Palestinian Arafat Arfiah, was apprehended on Feb. 8, 2019.

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