Right wing politicians call for pardon for soldier | Dozens protest outside military court in Tel Aviv | Prosecution asked for three to five years in prison, Azaria implored court to be 'merciful.'
- Defense Minister Lieberman: All sides must respect Azaria verdict (Haaretz)
- Miri Regev says IDF chief of staff should pardon Azaria (Haaretz)
- Bennett: Azaria can't sit in prison, security of Israel demands he be pardoned (Haaretz)
- Hebron shooter Azaria sentenced to 1.5 years for shooting wounded Palestinian terrorist (Haaretz)
- 'Hebron shooter' Elor Azaria arrives at military court for sentencing (Haaretz)
- Turkey: Trump administration more understanding on issue of Cleric Gulen's extradition (Reuters)
- Iran's leader calls Israel a 'fake' nation, 'dirty chapter' in history (AP)
- Le Pen says canceled meeting with Lebanon's grand mufti after refusing to wear headscarf (Reuters)
- Explosion reported in northwestern Pakistani town of Charsadda, casualties unclear (Reuters)
- More than 100 headstones reportedly vandalized at St. Louis Jewish cemetery (Haaretz)
- White House responds to JCC bomb scares: 'These actions are unacceptable' (JTA)
- Magnitude 4.7 earthquake shakes Panama's capital, no immediate reports of injuries (AP)
- Bill restricting fundraising by political nonprofits passes first Knesset reading (Haaretz)
- U.S. President Trump announces that General McMaster named national security adviser (Reuters)
- Iran summons Turkish envoy over comments by president, foreign minister (Reuters)
Only President Rivlin could pardon Azaria, after a potentially lengthy process including political opinions from several other officials.
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