Home of Palestinian murder suspect can be razed, Israeli court rules

July 2014
Jewish Telegraphic Agency: 1922 to present;7/ 1/2014, p1
JERUSALEM (JTA) -- The army can raze the home of a Palestinian indicted in the Passover eve murder of a senior police officer, Israel's Supreme Court ruled.


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