MK Katz supports demolishing Fogel killers' family homes

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 6, 2012 13:36

 
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Transport Minister Israel Katz on Sunday praised the decision to demolish the homes of the Fogel killers' families.

Defense Minister Ehud Barak and IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Benny Gantz made the decision, subject to legal approval, Army Radio reported Sunday morning.

"This step is correct and necessary." Katz said. "Home demolition will deter terrorists from attacking Jews, and make it clear to the families that aided and raised the dastardly murderers that they will also pay the price."

Katz went further than that, expressing his opinion that the death sentence was fitting for the Fogel murderers "who committed one of the most despicable, revolting crimes."

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