Israeli court denies parole to Jewish extremist who tried to bomb Muslim school
The Israel Prison Service had planned on releasing Ofer Gamliel conditionally, with the stipulation that he report to a police station twice a month, be banned from leaving the country until May 2017 and that he take part in a rehabilitation program.
A member of a Jewish underground who was convicted of trying to blow up a Muslim girls' school in Jerusalem in 2002 will not be released from prison early, after a court overruled a decision by the prison parole board. The board had approved the early release of Ofer Gamliel, who has served 10 years of a 15-year-sentence for attempted murder in the plot to bomb the East Jerusalem school.
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