BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:40 P.M.) – The Palestinian teenager Ahed Tamimi, age 17, reached a plea bargain with the Israeli prosecutors on Wednesday, the Haaretz reported this afternoon.

Tamimi will have to serve eight months in prison as part of her plea bargain for slapping an Israeli soldier outside of her home.

According to the Haaretz, a military court will have to approve the plea bargain and may still reject the terms.

The Palestinian teenager has already spent four months in an Israeli prison, despite international condemnation for her detainment.

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