Thursday, February 8, the high court dismissed the appeal of those convicted of homicide 16-year-old Arab teenager Muhammad Abu hdeyra.
The main convict Yosef Ben Haim was sentenced to life imprisonment and 20 years imprisonment. Two minor partner Ben David was found guilty of murder, kidnapping and causing grievous bodily harm. 17-year-old boy, who according to the verdict of the court was directly involved in the murder of a teenager, sentenced to life imprisonment and in addition to three years in prison. 16-year-old convict sentenced to 21 years in prison. In addition, the offenders pay the victim’s family compensation in the amount of 60 thousand shekels. The names of the prisoners are still prohibited for publication.
16-year-old Muhammad Abu Hdeyr was killed on 2 July 2014. His murder was committed in retaliation for the killing of Hamas terrorists Israelis Naftali Frenkel, Gilad Shaera and ifrah. Police later arrested three suspected of involvement in the murder of the Arab teenager. The trial began in September 2014.
In July 2017, the high court dismissed the appeal filed by the family of Muhammad Abu hdeyra, to destroy the homes of his killers. The appellants were required to apply to «Jewish terrorists» the same rules and laws that apply to Arab terrorists.