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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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