Hamas: policy of house demolitions is a failure of the State of Israel

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
April 24, 2019 15:41
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"The continuation of the policy of demolishing the houses of terrorists is a true failure of the State of Israel and it's security system," said Hamas in response to the demolition of the house of the terrorist Omar Abu Lila last night by IDF forces.

Hamas also praised Abu Lila's mother, who stood on the demolished house and said that the "people will continue the fight."

Abu Lila carried out the Ariel shooting attack last month. Rabbi Ahiad Ettinger and Gal Keidan, an IDF soldier, were killed in the attack.

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