The Israeli high court rejected on Tuesday morning a petition to prevent Palestinians from voting in the Palestinian parliamentary elections in Jerusalem.
The appeal was submitted by Kensett Member Gilad Arad, from Likud and Belmah Ze’evi, the son of the Rehvaam Ze’evi who was killed by activists from the Palestinian Front for the Liberation of Palestine, (PLFP) in August 2001.
The petition demands to prevent the Palestinians from holding elections in Jerusalem allegedly for the participation of "terrorist organizations" in these elections.
The petitioners brought with them election posters of Palestinian groups whom they accuse of being terrorists.