High Court Rules Against Demolition of Abu Khdeir Killers' Homes

Judges reject petition filed by victim's parents to demolish homes of Jewish murderers but insists demolition policy applies equally to Jews and Arabs

Revital Hovel
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Revital Hovel
Revital Hovel

The High Court of Justice on Tuesday rejected a petition that sought the demolition of the homes of the Jewish killers of East Jerusalem teen Mohammed Abu Khdeir in 2014.

In response to a petition filed by the victim's parents, the state told the court in September 2016 that homes of three murderers of Mohammed Abu Khdeir need not be demolished, as is common policy with homes of Palestinian terrorists.

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