This came during a hearing held for Ahmed Manasra, a 14-year-old boy from east Jerusalem, at the Jerusalem District Court on Sunday.
The court judges decided to hold another hearing for Manasra on November 7 to hand down a final ruling on the case. Manasra was convicted in May this year of the attempted murder of two settlers in a stabbing attack last October.
He was 13 when he carried out the attack with his 15-year-old cousin Hasan Manasra. The two cousins reportedly stabbed a Jewish young man and a boy in the settlement of Pisgat Zeev in annexed east Jerusalem.

Hassan Manasra was shot dead by security forces while Ahmed Manasra was hit by a settler’s car at the time.