Everything You Need to Know About the Hebron Shooter’s Trial
Sabba – The only – repeat ONLY – reason this made the headlines and this sepharadic murderer went to trial is because he was caught on video. Killing Palestinians for sports, for the sake of it, is what jews do. This is their daily routine and is further highlighted by the absence of reaction, surprise or anger by the other soldiers present at the scene when Azaria murdered the already wounded Palestinian. This is what jews in Israel do, this is what they did in Russia, this what they dream of doing to all of us if they only could.
As Martin Luther said:
“They are the real liars and bloodhounds, who have not only perverted and falsified the entire Scriptures from beginning to end and without ceasing with their interpretations. And all of the anxious sighing, longing and hoping of their hearts is directed to the time when some day they would like to deal with us heathen as they dealt with the heathen in Persia at the time of Esther (…)
“Oh how they love the book of Esther, which so nicely agrees with their bloodthirsty, revengeful and murderous desire and hope. The sun never did shine on a more bloodthirsty and revengeful people as they, who imagine to be the people of God, and who desire to and think they must murder and crush the heathen (…)
“Therefore know that next to the Devil, you have no more bitter, more poisonous, more vehement and enemy than a real Jew who earnestly desires to be a Jew.”
HAARETZ – An Israeli military court found Sgt. Elor Azaria guilty of manslaughter on January 4 and sentenced him to an 18 month prison sentence Tuesday.
Azaria, a medic in the Kfir infantry brigade, shot and killed Abdel Fattah al-Sharif, a Palestinian attacker, in Hebron on March 24, 2016. Sharif was lying prone, wounded and immobile on the ground.
The incident began when Sharif and another Palestinian attacked a soldier from Azaria’s unit with knives. They were shot. Azaria arrived on the scene a few minutes later.
The shooting was captured on video by a Palestinian human rights activist and widely distributed.
On Tuesday, Azaria received an 18 month prison sentence, a year’s probation and a demotion to the rank of private. The maximum sentence for manslaughter is 20 years. One of the judges wrote in the sentence that he thought that Azaria should serve a two-and-a-half year sentence, but was overruled by the other two judges.
Azaria will begin serving his sentence in Confinement Base 396, an IDF prison known as “Military Prison 6” near Atlit, south of Haifa, on March 5 at 11 A.M. He is entitled, as is any prisoner, to submit a request for parole after serving at least two-thirds of his sentence. The parole board has no obligation to grant such a request.
Azaria can appeal both, or either, the conviction or the sentence at the Military Court of Appeals. His lawyers said he would.
In addition, he can ask the head of the IDF’s Central Command for clemency. He can also submit a request to President Reuven Rivlin for a pardon, but before the president makes his decision, the IDF chief of staff, the chief military prosecutor, the head of the military personnel directorate and the defense minister would have to submit their legal opinions, a process that is likely to be lengthy.
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