JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli police arrested a Hamas lawmaker on Monday who had been sheltering for more than a year in the International Red Cross (ICRC) offices in East Jerusalem, a police spokesman said. Ahmad Attoun had taken shelter in the ICRC building along with another Hamas legislator and a former Hamas govt minister after Israeli authorities revoked their Jerusalem residency permits. Israel captured East Jerusalem in a 1967 war and regards all of Jerusalem as its capital, a claim that is not recognised internationally. Along with the US and the European Union, it considers the Hamas movement a terrorist group, and acted to expel the men for being members of it.