The special parole board ruled this morning, Sunday, that there is no reason to recommend to the president the commutation of the sentence of the terrorist Muhammad Agbaria, one of the terrorists involved in the "Night of the Pitchforks."

The terrorist murdered three soldiers in the brutal 1992 attack - the late Private Yuri Parda, the late Private Yaakov Dubinsky and their commander, the late Corporal Guy Friedman. In the attack, the terrorists, armed with knives, axes and pitchforks, infiltrated an IDF tent where soldiers were sleeping.

The terrorists were later caught, tried, and given three life sentences.

Ahead of the hearing at the Ramla Magistrate's Court, Yaron, Guy Friedman's brother, stood outside the court in protest of the possibility that the terrorist's sentence could be commuted. He asked how parents could have peace of mind sending their children to the army "if you know somebody upstairs can release murderers like that freely?"

"Where is the law, the common sense, the justice?" he said in conversation with Arutz Sheva.

The chairman of Otzma Yehudit, MK Itamar Ben Gvir, also demonstrated this morning, Sunday, in front of the court.

"The place of the lowly murderer is to rot in prison until his last day. Instead of the death sentence he deserves, there is a hearing to limit his sentence so that he is released. It is a shame that the state has a hearing for leniency, instead of stricture," Ben Gvir said.