Last Imprisoned Bachur In Japan Makes His Way Back To Israel

Yaakov Yosef Greenwald, the remaining Bachur imprisoned in Japan following an alleged drug smuggling charge, is finally on his way back to Eretz Yisroel today, sources say.

Greenwald, one of three Bachurim imprisoned, spent nearly four years in the Japan prison.

He is expected to land at 11:30 PM local time at the Ben-Gurion International Airport, and then be transferred to an Israeli prison to complete his sentence.

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  1. if he is serving the rest of his sentance dosnt that mean he was convicted ? then it was not a alleged drug smuggling charge ! i believe he has for years left to serve nt positive on that but saw somthing on the news about this ! i can tell you one thing if i had a choice of a japanise prison or a israeli prison i would deff take israel !!!!!!

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