Israeli-Arab Leader Whose Leg Was Broken in Custody Suspected of Insulting Police Officer

Jafar Farah, roughed up when he was detained during a protest against the army's fatal shootings of Gaza demonstrators, says he has just been informed of a new police charge against him

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Jafar Farah, director of the Israeli Arab rights group Mossawa whose leg was broken while in police custody last month, said on Tuesday police have brought a new accusation against him of insulting an officer.