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36 Reported News Brief 12/19/2013, Tevet 16, 5774 Col...Shalom Eisner confessed with a plea bargain to disorderly conduct for striking a pro-Arab anarchist from Denmark in the Jordan Valley last April. Eisner was sentenced by a military court to
Shalom Eisner who was documented striking Danish activist addresses his plea deal in email to friends: 'The question is, what is the message to commanders who are at the frontline' Yoav Zitun A few days after reaching a plea bargain with a military
Conduct Unbecoming Eisner strikes activist Photo: Reuters Under agreement with military prosecutors, Lt.-Col Shalom Eisner will receive two months of community service, won't be discharged but will retire early Yoav Zitun Lt.-Col Shalom Eisner, the
Reacting to a report that soldiers who were seen on video taking cover from rioters last Friday did so instead of using riot control measures because of the presence of photographers, Katsover said, "Between determined action to restore order and
Eisner has faced career trouble since striking a Danish man who was attempting to block a highway during a violent riot in which Eisner had been hurt. Aside from Eisner's history of contribution to the state, Rabbi Ronsky said, there is the fact that
An Israeli military official says an officer who was punished for hitting a pro-Palestinian activist last month has been reassigned to a training school...Shalom Eisner is being investigated by military police and can still face further punishment...
Tamir Hayman, commander of 36th Division of the Northern Command, expressed support for Lt...Shalom Eisner, who was removed from his post as deputy commander of the Jordan Valley Brigade for striking an ISM anarchist from Denmark with his rifle.
An Israeli soldier caught on tape attacking Danish activists was reprimanded for "operational and ethical failures," officials said...Shalom Eisner was shown on Palestinian TV last Saturday confronting protesters on Route 90. As activists mounted
Further evidence has emerged Thursday following the suspension of a high-ranking officer, the deputy commander of the Jordan Valley Bridge. Lt. Col. Shalom Eisner, later seen assaulting a woman with his weapon, pulling another's hair and
Mrkay Design Jerusalem Post readers showed interest in a variety news topics this week, mostly local and regional stories. Noticeably absent from the Top Five list were stories on Iran, after a fresh round of nuclear talks with major world powers