IDF issues 7 demolition notices for homes of terrorists

February 6, 2016 19:50


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The IDF and Civil Administration handed out seven demolition notices for the homes of seven terrorists in the West Bank on Friday.

Notices were distributed in Hebron for the home Ihab Matzudi, who murdered Israeli civilian Genadi Kaufman in a stabbing attack near the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron on December 12.

In Kalandia, the IDF handed out demolition notices for the homes of Issa Assaf and Anan Hamad, who murdered Israeli civilian Reuven Biermacher in Jerusalem's Jaffa Gate on December 23 In Bet Amra, the IDF handed out a demolition notice for the home of Abdullah Dais, who stabbed Dafna Meir to death on January 17 in her home in Otneil.

In Nablus, demolition notices were issued for the homes of Bassam Saih, Amjad Aliwa, and Zid Amar, all members of a shooting cell that murdered the Henkin couple in a shooting attack on their vehicle on October 1.

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