High Court rules to demolish home of Jerusalem bombing terrorist

The home of the terrorist who murdered Aryeh Shechopek and Tadasa Tashume in the Jerusalem bombings in November will be demolished, the High Court of Justice ruled on Monday.

Shechopek, who was 16 and on his way to yeshiva, died of his injuries the same day, and Tashume, who was a jeweler, died a few days later in the hospital.

Aside from Shechopek and Tashume, 18 other people were injured in the two bombs that went off at different bus stops in Jerusalem.

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