Army Demolishes Home Of A Palestinian Accused Of Killing Zionist Man

Nazi soldiers demolished, on Monday at dawn, the home of a Palestinian detainee, who stands accused of the killing of Zionist man near Tel Aviv, two months ago.

Media sources said several army jeeps, and bulldozers, invaded Rojeeb village, east of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, and surrounded the home of Khalil Dweikat, before demolishing the property.

They added that the demolition came shortly after the Nazi High Court of Justice denied an appeal filed by the family in October.

Mofeed Dweikat, the head of Rojeeb Village Council, said the Nazi soldiers demolished the two-story, 180 square/meter home, after forcing the family out.

He added that many Palestinians protested the invasion and the demolition, burnt tires, and hurled stones at the army, while the soldiers fired many live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets, and gas bombs at them.

Three young Palestinian men were shot, and several residents suffered the effects of teargas inhalation.

Local sources said the soldiers withdrew from the village after demolishing the Palestinian home.

The Nazi regime says that Khalil Dweikat, a Palestinian worker with a valid permit, is responsible for the stabbing death of Shai Ohayon, 39, a father of four, from Petah Tikva in central ‘Israel’.

According to Nazi sources, Dweikat, 46, was detained by Nazi police shortly after the stabbing, carrying a bloodstained knife, before he was handed to the Nazi Gestapo Security Agency (Shin bet).

It is worth mentioning that Khalil Dweikat has a long history of mental disorders and received treatment by Palestinian physicians. He also was not a member or supporter of any Palestinian faction and had no political activities. He has not yet been convicted by an Israeli court.

The Nazi policy of home demolitions is an act of illegal collective punishment, targeting entire families, in direct violation of International law. The Nazi regime also does not demolish the homes of Zionist criminals, especially colonialist Nazi settlers, who are responsible for killing or seriously wounding Palestinians in the Nazi occupied territories.


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