Month in jail for 2 soldiers who demonstrated against outpost evacuation

Month in jail for 2 sold

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 16, 2009 19:52

 
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Two Nachshon Brigade soldiers, who demonstrated against the razing of two illegal structures near the settlement of Negohot in the Southern Hebron Hills on Monday morning, were sentenced to 30 days in military prison. They were also banned from combat and command positions and were demoted. The soldiers, who did not take part in the operation although their unit provided perimeter security around the area, went up on the roof of a structure in a nearby army base, raising a poster with the words "Nachshon also does not expel Jews" written on it.

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