Israeli police official Luba Samari said that Salah was ordered to pay a refundable security deposit of 50,000 shekels. If the deposit is not paid, Salah will be called to court again on Wednesday, she added.
A Ma’an reporter said Salah refused to be released and banned from Jerusalem.
A consultant for the Islamic Movement, Ali Abu Sheikha, told Ma’an that Salah refused to be released on Israeli conditions because the charges that were given to him were “false, fabricated and absent of truth”.
He added that Salah will have another hearing on Wednesday.
Salah was arrested for incitement against the state of Israel in a sermon in Kafr Qarie village last week when he blamed Israel for a burning the al-Aqsa mosque, the police official said.