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November 28, 2014 11:01 am

Israeli High Court Temporarily Blocks Destruction of Home Belonging to Synagogue Attack Terrorist

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The blood shed from Nov. 18's massacre of 4 rabbis and one Israeli Druze policeman at a synagogue in Jerusalem. Photo: Twitter

The blood shed from Nov. 18's massacre of 4 rabbis and one Israeli Druze policeman at a synagogue in Jerusalem. Photo: Twitter

Arutz Sheva – The High Court for Justice has issued temporary orders preventing Israel from demolishing the homes of terrorists involved in the recent murderous attacks in Jerusalem – including the massacre at the Har Nof synagogue,the shooting of Yehuda Glick and the car terror attack at a Light Rail station three weeks ago.

The latest restraining order was issued Thursday after the families of the terrorists who massacred five people at the Har Nof synagogue filed a motion with the assistance of an Arab organization and an Israeli NGO called Hamoked, which lists the New Israel Fund and the Ford Foundation among its donors.

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  • z

    The “High Court for Justice” already had its input in such matters. Why is this constantly brought to and accepted for deliberation by this mafia of CIA clowns? How many more times do we need to pay for this idiotic show!? Enough!

    And yeah,..

    Boycott the FORD Company !!
    Boycott the FORD Company !!
    Boycott the FORD Company !!

  • Selwyn

    When I read this, I ask myself, if it were possible? What would have happened if anybody was able to file a motion to stop the beheading of the various innocent individuals by ISIS and other atrocities by Hamas, etc.??? Absolutely NOTHING. Israeli High Court and the Israeli people show how a democracy works, no matter the circumstance and however hard it is to stop… BRAVO!!!

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