Far-right politicians have come out to support an Israeli soldier found guilty of killing a wounded Palestinian.
It has been a closely watched trial with an unusual verdict.
Unlike in previous cases in which soldiers were acquitted, an Israeli army sergeant has been convicted of the manslaughter of a Palestinian man.
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Elor Azaria fatally shot Abed al-Fattah al-Sharif in the head in Hebron as he lay on the ground wounded. A second Palestinian was also shot and killed.
Police say al-Sharif stabbed an Israeli guard at a checkpoint.
The court case highlights deep divisions among Israelis.
Army generals said the 19-year-old army sergeant who opened fire broke the code of war.
Far-right politicians said video of the shooting made him a scapegoat.
What does the guilty verdict say about Israeli society and its relationship to Palestinians?
Presenter: Jane Dutton
Issa Amro – Palestinian human rights activist and founder of the Camera Project.
Akiva Eldar – Senior Columnist, Al-Monitor.
Robbie Sabel – Professor, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.