Israeli Muslim leader who protested papal visit is arrested on terror charges
CWN - October 06, 2010
Israeli officials have arrested two Muslims on terrorism charges. One of those arrested, the imam of a mosque in Nazareth, demonstrated against Pope Benedict XVI during the papal visit there last year, saying that the Pope is an enemy of Islam. The imam, Nazem Abu Salim, has been a harsh critic of Israel and the US.
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