Dead UK activist's mother: Israel disregards justice

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July 20, 2010 09:46

 
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The early release next month of Taysir Hayeb, the IDF soldier convicted in the shooting of British activist and photographer Tom Hurndall, shows Israel is more concerned with herself than the pursuit of justice, the mother of the dead activist, Jocelyn Hurndall, told Army Radio on Tuesday.

Hurndall expressed her great disappointment with a military committee's ruling on Monday that Hayeb was to be released a year and a half early from prison due to good behavior.


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