A Jewish teen was formally charged with terrorist offenses on Thursday in connection with a stone-throwing attack that killed a Palestinian woman last year.
The 16-year-old suspect from the was indicted for manslaughter, aggravated stone throwing at a moving vehicle, and intentional sabotage of a vehicle. Each of the charges was qualified as having been carried out “in the context of a terrorist act”.
Aisha Mohammed Rabi, a 47-year-old Palestinian mother of eight, was driving with her husband Yacoub and their nine-year-old daughter when Israeli settlers began hurling stones at their vehicle as they drove near a checkpoint south of Shchem.
The suspect charged Thursday morning could face a considerable prison sentence, with the manslaughter charge alone carrying a maximum sentence of 20 years behind bars.
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