those "charges" of "attempted murder" don't mean much... and that FACT is evidenced by the extremely light sentences. if they were REALLY considered dangerous, or were thought to be REAL terrorists... their sentences would have reflected it. these are military courts in an oppressive military occupation, and "attempted murder" can mean anything from a grieving mother/wife trying to attack a soldier, to trying to get soldiers to stop beating a son/husband, to throwing rocks at an idf vehicle, to "actual" attempted murder"...which would bring a much higher sentence than those quoted! if you envision that the palestinians in the territories live under fair and just circumstances; you're sorely mistaken. ever heard of "detentions"? there's a difference between a "detainee" and someone whose's arrested for committing a crime. there's several "detainees" on that list of prisoners. they're the ones whose names are followed by "held without bail pending trial for charges of..."
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