(TIMESOFISRAEL) — BEERSHEBA — An Israeli court on Sunday postponed a hearing for a UN worker accused of aiding the Islamist movement Hamas after a dispute over whether he should be immune from prosecution.
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Waheed Borsh, wearing a brown prisoner’s uniform, appeared briefly in court in the southern Israeli city of Beersheba.
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His lawyer Lea Tsemel said the 38-year-old was innocent and that they had requested more time to be able to prove it. Borsh declined comment when approached by AFP.
The hearing was rescheduled for September 29.