Thirty years ago Avraham Bromberg was murdered by Israeli Arab terrorists. One of his killers was released in the Shalit prisoner exchange; now two more have been pardoned by President Shimon Peres.
His brother Ehud expressed upset, telling Arutz Sheva, “I ask – where is this country’s honor? Why did the Justice Minister recommend shortening their sentences? The Americans aren’t thinking of releasing Pollard, and here we free murderers.”
If the state pardons murderers, it should not be surprised if murders continue, he added.