Palestine TV invited Riad al-Agha, president of the Gaza-based National Institute of Strategic Studies, to a forum to discuss the growing lawlessness in areas controlled by the Palestinian Authority. Agha criticized Palestinian security forces for refusing to obey orders by the Interior Ministry. Immediately after the show ended, those security forces arrested Agha for "incitement." He was released after writing an apology.
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