Former Soldier Elor Azaria Launches Crowdfunding Campaign To Publish His Book

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Elor Azaria, a former Israeli soldier who was jailed for nine months in 2016 for shooting an unarmed Palestinian, is looking to publish a book describing his experiences.

Entitled “One Shot: From Light to Dark,” the autobiography is set to retell his story from the day he killed Abdel Fattah al-Sharif in Chevron on March 24th, 2016, after he carried out a stabbing attack against an IDF checkpoint. Jailed for 18 months, Azaria sentence was reduced to 14 and then 9 months. He was let out in May 2018, with no regrets.

The book is set to make the case that Azaria was a victim, who believed he shot al-Sharif rightfully because he had a suicide vest on.

The crowdfunding campaign is aiming to raise 150,000 shekel, around $35,000. 800 shekel can get you a copy of the book, as well as a tour for two of the shooting scene in Chevron, led Charlie Azaria – Elor’s father, a retired police investigator.

 

Read more at i24NEWS.

{Matzav.com}

3 COMMENTS

  1. It would be a waste of money to donate if his book doesn’t include the politicians who convicted him, like Moshe Ya’alon.

  2. THE MAN WAS AND IS INNOCENT. WEEKS BEFORE IN TURKEY A SIMILAR INCIDENT WHERE THE TURKISH POLICE SHOT THE TERRORIST DEAD AS HE WAS ROLLING OVER ON THE FLOOR ABOUT TO DENOTATE ANOTHER BOMB IN THE AIRPORT. AZARIA SAVED COUNTLESSLIVES BY HIS ACTION AND SHOUOLDGET AN AWARD. I FEEL THE HEAVENS ALREADY AWARDED HIM GREATLY….I HAVE BEEN PRAYING FOR HIM THAT A GOOD WIFE FINDS HIM AND THEY RAISE A GREAT TORAH FAMILY.

  3. Was this article written by Al Jazeera? Who did this “word-laundering”?

    Did he shoot an “unarmed Palestinian”? or a wounded “Terrorist”?

    What is a stabbing attack against a “checkpoint”? Did he stab the “checkpoint” or the soldiers standing there?
    Why is this only mentioned towards the end of the story?

    Did the terrorist deserve any better?

    אלאור, עם ישראל איתך

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