August 2010
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);8/19/2010, Vol. 191 Issue 4920, p13
The article reports that the Palestinian Authority (PA) was accused by Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Hanieh of targeting religion in the West Bank. It mentions that the accusations launched a war against religion and Islam which involved series of decisions including the prohibition of the public transmission of Quranic verses, uniting the Friday prayer in all mosques, and refusing to allow religious orators from leading sermons in mosques. Comments from Hanieh on the charges are included.


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