IDF soldier gets 18 months for executing wounded prisoner

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This kid knows he will be a hero among his settler crowd, which is why he executed the wounded attacker which probably would have died anyway. He wanted to be the bad boy who finished him off, and his parents seem thrilled.
This kid knows he will be a hero among his settler crowd, which is why he executed the wounded attacker who probably would have died anyway. He wanted to be the bad boy who finished him off, and his parents seem thrilled.

Arab League condemns Israeli court ruling as racist 

by Jim W. Dean, VT Editor,   …with Press TV,  Tehran

Even the girlfriend is proud of her executioner boyfriend

[ Note: Friends, sisters and parents are all smiles during this court hearing as they know that huge political pressure was in play to get their murdering son off the hook. His fellow soldiers around him concocted a story that the kid shot him because he was a suicide bomber threat.

That was totally bogus as you see the attacker had no way to hide a suicide vest, and if he had one it would have been removed before he got there.

In the US military charges of obstruction of justice would have been filed, but apparently there is no such law for that for a Palestinian target. That said, I would advise all the Palestinian stabbers to get real, as they are throwing their live away for nothing, as the Israelis just love killing them and it is creating no bad publicity for the regime.

But salutes go out to the IDF for their standing up to the attacks from everyone, including Netanyahu, to not even charge the kid. They at least showed some honor in that they did not sanction the murdering of completely defenseless captives. But the criminal political structure had no such sensitivities.  The settlers are terrorists themselves so one cannot expect much humanity from them.

I have not seen the Pals marching to stop these senseless attacks, which seems to indicate their leadership wants them to continue so they have “victims” to bury. It has been a huge mistake for the Palestinian Authority to come out strongly for their people to stop these senseless attacks.

As for the Hebrew Klan settlers, those dummies have given permission now for Jews, when the wheel turns and they are in the Palestinians current position, to be treated exactly the same way. And when they scream bloody murder about being “persecuted” once again, their own record of doing it, and with big smiles on their faces, will be rubbed in the same Jim W. Dean ]

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– First published … February 23, 2017

An Israeli military court’s ruling on the killing of a wounded Palestinian by a regime soldier sparks outrage among the Arab League member states.

https://youtu.be/GAy82_M4nn0
The 22-member bloc was reacting to the 18-month jail sentence handed down to Israeli soldier Elor Azaria on Tuesday. He was convicted of manslaughter for killing Abdul Fatah al-Sharif in the occupied West Bank in March 2016.

Footage of the incident showed Azaria shooting Sharif while the victim was lying on the ground bleeding and posing no threat. The court ruling has been criticized as too lenient.

This is like a safari hunter shooing a lion tied to a stake, so he can brag about how he “bagged one”.

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