SHOCKING! Terrorist Involved in Lynching of 2 Israeli Soldiers Released Early From Prison

One of the IDF soldiers was thrown out the window. A British journalist captured video.
On 12 October 2000, two non-combatant Israeli reservists (serving as drivers), Vadim Nurzhitz and Yossi Avrahami, mistakenly passed an Israeli checkpoint and entered Ramallah.
Upon reaching a Palestinian Authority roadblock the reservists were detained by the PA police and taken to the local police station.
When rumors of IDF soldiers in the building began to spread, a crowd of more than 1,000 Palestinians gathered at the station, calling for the death of the two detained Israelis.
Yossi Avrahami and Vadim Nurzhitz
Soon after, Palestinian rioters stormed the building~the two young men were beaten, stabbed, disemboweled  and had their eyes gouged out. One of the bodies was set on fire. One of the soldier’s bodies was then thrown out the window whereby the mob, by now whipped to an insane bloodthirsty madness, stamped and beat him~until there was very little left for their families to bury…Then, the mob dragged the two mutilated bodies to Al-Manara Square in the city center where the crowd began a victory celebration.


Now 17 years later, Haitham Faiz Muari, a convicted Palestinian terrorist who participated in the lynching  was quietly released from prison Wednesday and transferred to the Gaza Strip.  In 2004, Muari was sentenced to life in prison for his role in the soldiers’ murders.

Haitham Muari (right) released from prison.

This week, a military court reached a plea deal with the terrorist in a retrial, which saw his original murder conviction and charges downgraded, and his prison sentence reduced to 11 and a half years. The terrorist had already served 15 years in prison and was subsequently freed.

One of the IDF soldiers was thrown out the window. A British journalist captured video.

Simo Avrahami, the father of Yosef Avrahami, one of the soldiers murdered in the lynching, told Yedioth Ahronoth regarding the terrorist’s release, “Simo Avrahami, the father of Yossi Avrahami, said, “What can I change? Can I bring back my Yossi? I can’t. Our sons, among them my own, my oldest, were taken from us. We fight against animals who do not respect life. What could I have done today with the court’s decision, which saw fit to reduce the punishment that he got? I do not see any reason for the IDF court to deal with an appeal of such a despicable murderer. What do we want to show? That we’re just, that we’re honest?”


Barbarians rejoicing and holding entrails  Ramallah Lynching.

The victim’s son, Roi Avrahami, said he was only informed of Muari’s release when Israeli media contacted him to comment on the case.

“I found out from the news…I was called by a representative from Army Radio and she wanted to hear my initial reaction…We learned about the matter after the terrorist was likely already at his victory party in Gaza,” he said.

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