Zionist forces this morning arrested Sheikh Akrama Sabri from his house in the occupied Jerusalem al-Quds, Al Jazeera reported.
Israeli police and intelligence teams surrounded the house and asked Sheikh Sabri to accompany them, a relative told Anadolu Agency, asking not to be named for security reasons.
“The Israelis did not give any reason for his arrest,” he said.
Sheikh Sabri’s house is in the Al-Sawana area that overlooks Al-Quds Old City.
Israeli authorities have arrested the preacher multiple times in the past and even banned him from entering Al-Aqsa Mosque for several months.
Also on Wednesday, the Tel Aviv regime released a senior member of Hamas resistance movement.
Seventy-year-old Muhammad Hassan Abu Tir, a representative on the Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC), had been arrested in May last year.
He has spent 38 years of his life in Israeli prisons.