Chief of the Islamic Movement terror group convicted of incitement to terrorism

Chief of the Islamic Movement terror group convicted of incitement to terrorism

Muslim terrorist Raed Salah, head of the Northern Branch of the Islamic Movement terror group, was convicted for incitement to commit terrorism by the Haifa Magistrate’s Court.

Salah was also found guilty for illegal incorporation, due to his leadership rule in the terror group.

Following the sentence, the Haifa court was turned into a terror parade, with Muslim terrorists vowing to murder Jews in order to “redeem Jerusalem with spirit and blood”.

Among the terror fans who came to show support for the terror chief are several MKs from the Joint Arab List.

Salah was arrested and charged in August 2017 for praising three Muslim terrorists Israeli citizens who murdered two police officers in a terror attack at Jerusalem’s Temple Mount compound in July 2017.

He was released to house arrest after ten months in jail.

He was previously sentenced and served terms for incitement to violence and racism over an inflammatory sermon he delivered in 2007 in Jerusalem.