20 years for protesting and disrupting traffic. How many years do those who engaging in the murder or attempted murder of Israelis get? Well, if they are lucky they can be out in around 6monts to two years - if the Israeli govt is feeling charitable and decideds to release them in the name of "peace."Mazuz ordered State Attorney lawyers to meet with police and ready themselves with a spectrum of charges to cover the different types of measures that protesters might take to disrupt traffic.
According to the sources, the most serious charge that Mazuz will file, in applicable circumstances, will be that of endangering life on a thoroughfare, a charge which calls for a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison
Settler leaders like Noam Federman and Baruch Marzel have spent indefinate amounts of times in Israeli prisons without trial. When I was in Israel last March - August, Federman was already in prison for nine months without any charges or trial...last time I checked he is still in Prison. Marzel was recently released after spending months in prison and towards the end of his imprisoment they finally decided to lay charges. Crime? Allegdlly punching a police officer.
And the issue of "settler incitment" - i.e protesting against disengagement. That too carries hefty prison terms.
So far those who incite murder against innocent Jews are permitted to freely carry on with their work on Television, radio, mosques and schools. Terrorists who murdered, engaged in murder and are even known to currently plan further atrocities are permitted to walk around freely.
What kind of a country is Israel?