Hebron shooter deemed ‘danger to the public’ according to report
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Azaria was released from prison in May after serving nine months of a 14-month schedule.
The 'Elor Azaria bill' would make it illegal to distribute footage of IDF soldiers and subject violators to up to five years in prison, and 10 years if national security was harmed
In its present form, the bill proposed by Yisrael Beytenu faction chairman Robert Ilatov, would subject violators to up to five years in prison, and 10 if national security was harmed
“From the moment of his release from prison, Elor became the most threatened person in Israel”
Notable figures in the Israeli political arena and spheres of government have weighed in on their judgment regarding Azaria's recent release from military prison.
Azaria entered jail on August 9, after being convicted of manslaughter for shooting Palestinian attacker Abdel Fatah al-Sharif on March 24, 2016.
The prosecution agreed to reduce the manslaughter charge to negligent homicide.
Joint List leader says video shows IDF soldiers as cold-blooded murderers, debunks Israel's claims of possessing the most moral military in the world.