The demolitions rendered 1,006 Palestinians homeless, of which 627 were in the West Bank.
Khalil Doikat's house was demolished in November by the IDF, after he was accused of committing the murder of Rabbi Shai Ohayon.
Israel's military liaison agency with the Palestinians, COGAT, confirmed that a demolition had been carried out against what it said were illegal structures.
Rabbi Shai Ohayon was allegedly stabbed to death by Khalil Doikat in August.
The Palestinian terrorist who killed Ohayon was charged with murder in September.
From March to August 389 Palestinian-owned structures in the West Bank, on average 65 per month, were razed.
Abu al-Kaeean was killed in disputed circumstances during the January 2017 demolitions and protests.
To fully absorb how shocking this finding is, one has to realize that housing demolitions and evictions are not only a world-wide phenomenon.
The Supreme Court's recent decision exemplified the Talmudic mandate that those who are merciful to the cruel will end up being cruel to the merciful.
At issue are 20 housing units in 14 permanent buildings, some of which are duplexes