Israeli hunter jailed for first time in 60-year history of anti-poaching law
Haifa District Court sentences Rami Fahmawi to seven months in prison for hunting and confining a porcupine - a protected wild animal - without a permit.
A hunter has been sent to prison for the first time since an anti-poaching law was passed in 1955.
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