Israeli occupation police rearrested on Firday Sufian Abdu just three days after completing 14-year-sentence in Israeli jails.
The Palestinian, who had only celebrated his release for three days, was rearrested by the Israeli Jerusalem Police on claims of “incitement and supporting a terrorist organisation.”
According to the Israeli police, Abdu was rearrested in the East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Jabal al-Mukaber, noting that Hamas flags were raised during when he was received by his family and friends.
During the celebration, the Israeli police claimed that Sufian had called for violence against the Israeli occupation state.
Israeli sources said that Abdu was taken to HaShalom Court in Jerusalem, where he was remanded into custody.
Abdu was arrested in 2002, accused of running an internet forum that included incitement expressions and violent members.