With a lenient sentence for shooting a wounded Palestinian attacker, the IDF seeks a quick end to the affair. But that would require the help of politicians, Azaria's family and his lawyers.
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- 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)
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Here are ten cases that show the hard line military courts usually take in sentencing soldiers - unlike the case of Sgt. Elor Azaria, who got 18 months for shooting and killing a prone Palestinian attacker.
There were no indications yet if anyone was injured or killed.
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