Israel expels human rights lawyer Salah Hamouri
29 December 2022 | 10:03 am
Israel says Salah Hamouri "organized, inspired and planned to commit terror attacks" against "citizens and well-known Israelis." DW spoke to Hamouri's lawyer Dani Shenhar of the Israeli human rights group HaMoked.
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