HAYB

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HAYBHolla At Ya Boy
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She notes that Sgt Hayb, who received an eight-year jail term, was the first soldier to be given a lengthy sentence for an intifada-related killing since the 1980s.
When sentenced to serve eight years in prison, Taysir Hayb said he had just followed orders.
"I told him that I did what I'm supposed to: The commander always says anyone who enters a firing zone must be taken out," Hayb said.
Asked what they thought of the soldier who pulled the trigger, former IDF sergeant Taysir Hayb, who was convicted in an Israeli military court of manslaughter and sentenced last year to eight years in prison, Mr Hurndall took a moderate tone.
Following a hardfought campaign by his family, ex-sergeant Taysir Hayb was convicted at an Israeli military court of manslaughter and yesterday sentenced to eight years in prison.
Hayb is the first soldier to be convicted over the death of a foreign national during the latest wave of Israeli-Palestinian violence.
An Israeli Defence Force soldier, Taysir Hayb, was convicted of manslaughter charges but Mr Hurndall's family say they believe people higher up the chain of command should also be held responsible.
The 22-year-old student was shot in the head by Sergeant Taysir Hayb as he acted as a human shield to protect Palestinian kids from Israeli gunfire.
It was discovered that marksman Hayb fired on Tom from a watchtower even though he was wearing an orange jacket to mark him out from militants.
Following a hard-fought campaign by his family, ex-sergeant Taysir Hayb was convicted at an Israeli military court of manslaughter.
But asked what he thought of the soldier who pulled the trigger, former IDF sergeant Taysir Hayb - who was convicted in an Israeli military court of manslaughter and sentenced last year to eight years in prison - he said: "He would say he's been scape-goated.
Ex-sergeant Taysir Hayb was sentenced to eight years in prison after being convicted at an Israeli military court of manslaughter.