Palestinian resistance movement Hamas recently arrested a man in Gaza for insulting martyr General Qassem Soleimani.
Hamas movement arrested Sheikh Majdi al-Maghribi, an extremist Salafi jihadist for tearing down a banner of Iranian commander Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani.
Mughrabi is one of the leaders of the ISIS-inspired Palestinian Salafi group established in the Gaza Strip in 2000. The group is funded by Saudi Arabia and has been engaged in propaganda against Shia, Iran and Hamas.
His brother, Musa al-Mughrabi, confirmed the arrest in a post on Facebook, announcing that Majdi al-Maghribi was released a few days after his arrest at his home.