Anti-Christian slogans such as 'Christians to Hell' and 'Death to the heathen Christians the enemies of Israel' were scrawled on the church walls.
Investigators won't say what the activist is accused of, but say will motion court to block meeting with lawyer.
The suspect has yet to be brought before a judge for a remand hearing. A gag order was issued on the case.
Court rejects request to send man, whose name cannot be published, to house arrest, asks police to refrain from renewing remand.
PA not permitted to operate in capital, but Palestinians say function had nothing to do with politics.
Meeting took place Friday after fears grew over man’s mental and physical state, even though a Jerusalem court allowed for him to be held without seeing a lawyer.
The vandals wrote anti-Christian slogans such as 'Death to the heathen Christians the enemies of Israel' on the walls and doors of the building.
The New Israel Fund, sponsor of the campaign, says that the campaign is intended to counter incitement and anti-democratic tendencies.
Obeidah Tawil confesses to incitement to violence and terrorism in plea bargain. Among other items, Tawil expressed support for car ramming and his hope that when his son grows up he will decapitate people 'and not just run them over.'
As court mulls sentence, parents of slain Palestinian teen say if killers houses had been torn down 'Dawabsheh family wouldn’t have been burned.'