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29.5.16

PressTV-‘Israel to legalize executing Palestinians’: According to a report by Israel’s Channel 10, Israeli Prime Benjamin Netanyahu and Avigdor Lieberman, the newly-appointed minister of military affairs, have reached an agreement on the measure.

According to the measure, the opinion of as few as two judges sitting on a panel -- and not the majority of them -- would suffice to convict a Palestinian of such an attack.

Israel’s Knesset (Parliament) and Netanyahu’s Likud Party had last year put up opposition to such a law.

Lieberman’s appointment came after Netanyahu summoned his predecessor Moshe Ya’alon and reproached him over supporting an analogy between Israel’s situation and Nazi Germany.

Ya’alon then officially resigned both from the cabinet and the Knesset (parliament), citing “lack of trust” in the premier. He also said Israel and the ruling Likud Party was taken over by “dangerous and radical officials.”


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