Lebanon’s Tribunal Sentences 18 for Entering Israel
Lebanon’s military tribunal issued 18 sentences Monday, ranging from three-week imprisonment to fines against people charged of entering Israel, reported the Daily Star newspaper.
The tribunal also issued 34 sentences against people for failure to fulfill the military service.
Such sentences ranged between one-month imprisonment and fines.
The tribunal issued 45 sentences for shots fired in inhabited areas, using violence against security forces, possessing military unlicensed arms, bribery, robbery and disobeying military orders.
Charges also included assault and battery, violating judicial orders and taking drugs.
Sentences ranged between six-month imprisonment and fines, said the paper – Albawaba.com