Monday, August 6, 2007

Expulsion Refusers Given 28 Days in Army Jail


Wow. They went to trail and got exactly what the general said they would get before the trial. Anyone want to take a vote on whether they think this was a REAL trial?


( The first of the 30 elite IDF soldiers to be tried for refusing orders to take part in the expulsion of Jews from Hevron’s Shalhevet neighborhood were sentenced Monday night.

The soldiers, part of the Duchifat unit, were sentenced to 28 days in army jail and will be demoted from serving in a combat unit.

The sentences are lighter than the active jail time called for by many left-wing politicians. Soldiers who refused orders during the Disengagement were often allowed to return to their units later on.

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