Israeli Court Shortens Sentence of Palestinian Child

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Occupied Jerusalem, MINA – Israeli Supreme Court on Thursday shortened the prison sentence of 14-year-old Palestinian child Ahmed Manasrah, Yediot Ahranot Hebrew newspaper said.

The prison sentence was shortened from 12 years to 9.5, according to the paper, PIC reported.

In October 2015, Ahmed was detained for allegedly carrying out a stabbing attack near the Jewish settlement of Pisgat Ze’ev along with his 15-year-old cousin.

His cousin, Hassan, was shot and killed during the incident while Ahmed was brought to court more than once after being subjected to tough investigation.(T/R04/RS5)

Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)