Court rejects Brig.-Gen. Fares petition against Ashkenazi

February 21, 2011 18:44


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Tel Aviv District Court on Monday rejected a petition filed by Brig.-Gen. Imad Fares against former chief of General Staff Gabi Ashkenazi following a decision to dismiss Fares from the IDF.

Fares, a former commander of the Galilee Division, was charged with not carrying out orders and failing to report an accident caused by his wife while driving his military vehicle and lying that he was in the car with her.

In April, Ashkenazi decided to dismiss Fares from the army for not telling the truth.

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