Soldier To Be Judged For Visiting
29 Tevet 5768, 07 January 08 12:09
(IsraelNN.com) An off-duty Golani Brigade soldier and his friend were removed from the Arab-occupied city of
The two armed Jews were unharmed, but army officials criticized their entrance to the town as stupid, saying they could have been kidnapped. The soldier was questioned by Military Police, and is expected to receive a severe judgment. His friend, a 16 year-old, will likely be indicted for entering PLO-controlled areas.
Several days ago, an off-duty Nahal Brigade soldier entered Beit Lechem with two people who wanted to see Christmas trees. He was sentenced by a military court to 28 days in prison.
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So let me understand,
I remember that back in the States, auto mechanics where often called: Highway Robbers. This for taking advantage of stranded motorists.
What gets me is why the IDF feels that two unarmed Jews in
To the Nahal Brigade soldier, sentenced by a
Since the Israeli government pulled out of
Again, it is interesting to see that this non-violent search for Trees has resulted in punishment of a Jew.