State to demlish home of Sarona attack terrorist

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 26, 2017 08:06

 
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The home of the family of one of the terrorists who carried out the June 2016 shooting attack at Tel Aviv's Sarona complex that killed four people has been  issued demolition orders. According to the court order the second floor of the family home in the West Bank village of Yata will be demolished as part of the Israel's ongong policy of punishing terrorists and their supporters.

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