Ahmed Manasra (C), a 14-year old Palestinian boy, convicted of the attempted murder of two Israelis in a stabbing in October 2015, leaves the District Court in Jerusalem after his sentencing hearing on November 7, 2016. AFP / AHMAD GHARABLI
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An Israeli court sentenced three Palestinian teenagers to more than a decade in prison Monday for stabbing Israelis, including a 14-year-old involved in one of the most high-profile attacks.Ahmad Manasra, 14, was sentenced to 12 years after having earlier been found guilty of the attempted murder of two Israelis.In addition to the jail term, the Jerusalem district court ordered Manasra to pay 80,000 shekels ($21,000) in compensation to the adult victim and 100,000 to the boy, the ruling said.In a separate case, the court sentenced a 15-year-old and a 17-year-old to 11 years in prison for stabbing an Israeli in Jerusalem's Old City in January.
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