Arabs who attacked a Jewish family visiting the Western Wall have agreed to a plea bargain which significantly reduces their sentences.
Last month, the court approved a plea bargain for two Arabs who attacked a Jewish family returning from Selichot prayers at the Western Wall in 2017.
As part of the plea bargain, one of the attackers will receive two months' probation, while the other will perform 100 hours of community service.
The plea bargain was agreed on by Israel Police's Investigations and Intelligence Prosecutions Division, together with the attackers' attorneys.
The victims' attorney, from the Honenu organization, were neither included in the discussion nor informed of the decision.