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    Finally 5/7 years to racist Arab lynching in Tamra – After leniency by liberal judge

    5-7 years in prison for four Tamra residents who lynched a Jew during the 5781 riots
    Rotter News, 24.11.22

    7 years in prison were sentenced to Muhammad Abu Rumi, Muhammad Abu al-Haijah [el-hieja] and Baha Abu al-Haijah, and 5 years in prison were sentenced to Ibrahim Mreeh, who lynched a Jew during the 5781 (Guardian of the Walls) riots.

    The four, טמרה Tamra [طمرة] residents, participated in violent riots at the entrance to the village, throwing stones and Molotov cocktails at police officers. Later, when they noticed Shir Alkalai, a young Jew passing by the entrance to the settlement, they stopped his car and lynched him. They attacked him with sticks, iron rods, and other tools.

    Alkalai managed to get out of there and was taken to the hospital with serious bruises and injuries to the scalp and ribs, fractures, cuts that required stitches, bleeding, scratches and other bruises. His teeth were damaged, and lost several crowns in the severe incident.


    Yair Krauss, Makor Rishon, 13th of Av 5782 (10/08/2022):

    “May A… set you free”: hundreds of supporters of the Arabs from Tamra who confessed to the lynching

    Three Tamra residents confessed to the act of lynching and vandalism for reasons of racism. The publication of their decision to now go into custody from the house arrest where they have been until today, received many encouragements on Facebook in Arabic).

    According to the indictment filed at the time, on May 12, 21, around midnight, Shir Alkalai, 49 years old, married and father of four, ran into the area. He made his way from his job as a private gardener to his home in the nearby Mitzpe Aviv, with a large “Nachman MeUman” sticker on his car. Due to the riots, the roads to the isolated settlement where he lives were blocked, and he took a detour through Tamra. When he had to stop the car in the traffic he got into, one of the people on the spot approached him, asked him if he was Arab, and when he replied that he was Jewish – a man started shouting at him in a voice “Jew, Jew”. So they gathered around his car, threw stones at him from close range, and beat the car with kicks and punches. The rioters pulled out Alkalai’s work tools, including a rake, wooden sticks, scissors, an electric saw and an aluminum rod – and hit his vehicle with the tools, smashed his windows, hit him through the shattered windows and through the passenger door which they managed to open. Again and again they tried to take him out of the vehicle in order to beat him, and he had to protect his head with his hands.

    According to the indictment, the defendants threw a stone at the window and beat Alkalai and one of them pulled his hair hard in order to get him out of the vehicle and end the lynching. He was saved by some residents who took him to the intensive care van of the “El Zahraoui” company, which evacuated him in serious condition with serious injuries in all parts of his body to Rambam Hospital in Haifa.

    Since then they were accused and convicted after admitting to the indictment, the young men were under house arrest under electronic shackles but yesterday (Tuesday) they returned to prison after they asked to begin serving their sentence, which has not yet been completed, behind bars. Attorneys Tami Ulman and Shadi Srugi, who represent the young men, advised them not to wait any longer under house arrest, until their sentence is heard, since this period of detention is not counted towards serving their expected sentence, but only actual imprisonment in the prison. The sentence in their case is expected to be determined by Judge Erez Porat in the district court in Haifa on October 23, 2022.

    Judge Porat is known for his lenient approach and the low sentences he hands down to participants in disturbances during Operation Guardian of the Walls. His rulings have been criticized more than once by Supreme Court judges who accepted the appeals of the prosecutor’s office in several cases he discussed and determined that Porat exceeded his authority when he eased in punishment…


    I went to the author of the piece, Yair Krauss on his twitter account and I saw that at the end they reached an agreement “Sulcha” and this line:
    “You will find countless examples on the net of Erez Porat’s lenient and forgiving approach from the district in Haifa to convicts #פרעותשפא”


    And that is one of the reasons why I am not a fan of the “Zionist” government. They do not have laws for the death penalty, or even minimum long-term prison sentence guidelines for terrorist, and the “justice” system generally treats Jewish prisoners much worse than these Arab terrorist.

    The government sends soldiers on these non-stop dangerous missions to capture terrorists which are then released a few years in jail! Is there a winder why they don’t keep on repeating their terrorist activities once they are out of jail?



    The lynching of a Jew in Acre: ten years in prison for a resident of the city of Adham Bashir

    During the Guardian of the Walls operation, Mor Janashvili was attacked while in his car – Bashir was convicted of a terrorist act of aggravated sabotage – Janashvili: “a proper and strengthening decision”

    Michel Makoul, 11/28/2022, Israel Hayom.

    Attacked and stoned: the court sentenced Adham Bashir, who carried out the lynching in Acre against Mor Janashvili. The severe incident, which occurred during Operation Guardian of the Walls in May of last year, caused Janashvili serious injuries. He lost consciousness and was brought to the hospital while moderately injured, where he was hospitalized for a considerable period of time and even required prolonged rehabilitation.

    Bashir was convicted of a terrorist act of aggravated malicious wounding, after he threw a stone at Janashvili’s car and hit the back of his car. Bashir used these to break the window of the vehicle, and all from a nationalist-ideological motive.

    The prosecutor’s office asked the judges to sentence Bashir to between ten and 13 years in prison. On the other hand, Bashir’s attorney asked for a prison sentence of between one and four years in practice. Today (Monday), as mentioned, the court determined that the punishment will be ten years.
    Judges Galit Ziegler and Shmuel Mandelbaum and head of the panel of judges Yehiel Lifshitz read from the verdict: “The incident before him is nothing more than a lynching, during which Mor was severely and brutally attacked, and it is one of the most strikingly bad of the events of the Guardian of the walls. Mor’s whole “sin” was the fact that he was Jewish, and he was fortunate in that who arrived at his mother’s house precisely on that terrible day. No one should be attacked in his country, and the things are true and doubly serious when the reason for that wild attack is the religious-national identity of the attacked. This is an ugly and dark attack, which requires significant punishment.”

    In his decision, the head of the group referred to Mor’s physical and mental condition: “Mor was severely injured in all parts of his body and his condition was defined as moderate. He underwent a lengthy rehabilitation procedure, a large part of which was hospitalized, and had to use a wheelchair for several months, and even today he needed continued treatment and monitoring. Another real injury was on the mental, occupational and social levels.”

    “Precedent punishment”

    “A worthy and strengthening decision,” Janashvili said when the verdict was read, “Today I know that the people of Israel are with me.”
    “The court set a precedent sentence,” said attorney Ohad Cohen from the North Prosecutor’s Office. “They accepted our claims in full. Those who attack on a racist background and race of origin are expected to spend many years in prison.”

    Matan Peleg, chairman of the ImTirzu [If You Will] movement, which accompanied Janashvili in court hearings, responded: “Until terrorists receive life imprisonment without the possibility of amnesty, they will not be deterred.” A reality in which the lynching terrorist will be released from prison in another seven years is intolerable. We will continue to accompany the victims of terrorism, and make sure that there is a revolution in punishment and deterrence.”
    As recalled, there are other defendants in the case: Kusai [Qusay] Abbas, who is accused of a terrorist act of attempted murder in a case that is still ongoing, as well as Bilal Hilwani, who received a year in prison for rioting.

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