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Daily Express’s porn baron owner donated thousands to anti-Palestinian group CST

Asa Winstanley | October 2, 2011 | Electronic Intifada Yesterday I blogged about an attack on Palestinian leader Raed Salah by the Daily Express. The trashy, racist British tabloid slandered him as a “hate preacher” after Sheikh Raed won a case in the UK High Court on Friday. The judge ruled he had been wrongfully detained […]

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Banned activist Raed Salah wins in detention case

30 September 2011 Last updated at 16:27 GMT | BBC Sheikh Raed Salah challenged Theresa May’s decision to detain him A pro-Palestinian activist can claim damages after the High Court ruled he had been wrongfully detained on the orders of Home Secretary Theresa May. The court said the Home office failed to give reasons for […]

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In blow to government, UK High Court rules Raed Salah was “wrongfully detained”

Asa Winstanley on Fri, 09/30/2011 |  The Electronic Intifada The UK High Court in London has within the last hour ruled that Palestinian activist Raed Salah was wrongfully detained after his entry to the country, and is thus entitled to compensation. The full ruling is available online here, and is also included at the end of this […]

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Salah to sue UK over arrest, deportation order

[ 14/09/2011 – 10:11 AM ] LONDON, (PIC)– Raed Salah, leader of the Islamic Movement in Israel, said after consulting with a legal team that he would stay in England to file a lawsuit against the British authorities over his arrest in July. On 29 June, British Home Secretary Theresa May issued a travel ban […]

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UK bans Israeli settler rabbi who called for killing of non-Jews | The Electronic Intifada

Asa Winstanley |The Electronic Intifada |London |15 August 2011 Is the UK government equating a respected Palestinian community leader with an extremist settler who advocates racism and mass killing of civilians? ( ActiveStills) Palestinian religious leader and rights activist Sheikh Raed Salah was arrested by the UK government in June, supposedly for “flouting” a ban on entering […]

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UK court releases Raed Salah as government case flounders

  Asa Winstanley |The Electronic Intifada |London|18 July 2011 A 12 July protest staged by the Arab Doctors Union outside the British Embassy in Cairo, Egypt, called for the release of Sheikh Raed Salah (Mohamed Hossam /AFP Photo) After nearly three weeks in British jails, influential Palestinian activist and religious leader Sheikh Raed Salah was conditionally […]

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Salah walks out of prison after High Court sets bail

[ 18/07/2011 – 04:56 PM ] LONDON, (PIC)– Raed Salah, the leader of the Islamic Movement in Israel, has been released from the UK’s Bedford prison after a bail was set by the British High Court. Salah was held for three weeks while in the United Kingdom after Home Secretary Theresa May claimed a travel […]

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UFree: Raed Salah Must Be Fully Released but Bail Welcomed

  PNN – Palestine News Network – 18.07.11 – 12:36 London – PNN – UFree, the European network to support the rights of Palestinian prisoners, has released a press release welcoming the decision by the British High Court to allow Sheikh Raed Salah bail but reiterates that he must be fully released. Sheikh Salah was […]

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‪Sheikh Raed Salah released on bail‬‏ – video

  Sheikh Raed Salah is one of the main leaders of the approximately one and half million strong Palestinian community inside Israel. PressTV | July 15, 2011 But he was arrested last month in London while on a speaking tour to highlight the plight of Palestinians in Israel, and the threat to the Al Aqsa […]

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Khatib: UK involved in Israeli conspiracy against Sheikh Salah

[ 17/07/2011 – 02:29 PM ] NAZARETH, (PIC)– Kamal Al-Khatib, the deputy leader of the Islamic movement in 1948 occupied Palestine, has said that the UK was involved in an Israeli conspiracy to silence Sheikh Raed Salah, the leader of the movement. He said in a press statement on Sunday that the detention of Sheikh […]

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PFB: Salah release a victory for Palestinians

[ 17/07/2011 – 10:23 AM ] LONDON, (PIC)– The release, on-bail,  of Raed Salah, the leader of the Islamic Movement in Israel, is the beginning of a victory for Salah and the Palestinians in England, said the Palestinian Forum in Britain (PFB), which hosted Salah in the country before he was arrested. Salah entered the […]

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Salah bailed, awaiting hearing

  PressTV –  Sat Jul 16, 2011 12:44PM Palestinian senior cleric Sheikh Raed Salah accused of illegally entering Britain has been finally granted bail, while waiting for a deportation hearing. Sheikh Salah, the leader of the northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel, was arrested based on an order by UK Home Secretary Theresa […]

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OIC demands release of Sheikh Salah in contacts with British officials

[ 11/07/2011 – 05:23 PM ] JEDDAH, (PIC)– Secretary General of the Organization for Islamic Cooperation Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu has made contacts with a number of British government officials asking for the release of Sheikh Raed Salah, the leader of the Islamic movement in 1948 occupied Palestine. An OIC press release on Monday said that Ihsanoglu […]

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Archbishop Atallah Hanna calls for release of Sheikh Raed Salah

  Monday, 11 July 2011 13:00 | MEMO Archbishop of Sebastia demands that the British authorities release Sheikh Raed and enable him to continue his visit of Britain. The Archbishop of Sebastia from the Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem, Atallah Hana, has expressed his sympathy and solidarity with Sheikh Raed Salah who is currently being detained […]

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Thousands of Palestinians demonstrate demanding freedom for Sheikh Salah

[ 10/07/2011 – 10:10 AM ] NAZARETH, (PIC)– Thousands of Palestinians demonstrated in the streets of Nazareth to the north of 1948 occupied Palestine demanding the immediate release of Sheikh Raed Salah from his UK jail. The demonstration organized by the Islamic movement in 1948 to protest the continued detention of its leader Sheikh Salah […]

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