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Deterrence Tactics In Action

Israeli forces last night continued to implement the government’s new policy of deterring future terrorist incidents. IDF demolition crews destroyed two homes belonging to terrorists and their families. In Dahariya, located in the southern Hevron Hills, troops leveled the home of the Arab responsible for the February shooting attack near the army's Southern Command Headquarters in Be'er Sheva tha
First Publish: 8/13/2002, 10:54 AM

Israeli forces last night continued to implement the government’s new policy of deterring future terrorist incidents. IDF demolition crews destroyed two homes belonging to terrorists and their families. In Dahariya, located in the southern Hevron Hills, troops leveled the home of the Arab responsible for the February shooting attack near the army's Southern Command Headquarters in Be'er Sheva that claimed two Israelis lives and injured 18 others. In the Bethlehem district, the home of the terrorist responsible for the suicide attack in Rishon L'Tzion this past May was razed. Two Israelis were murdered in that bombing and dozens others were injured.

The Beit-El military appeals court has upheld the IDF’s decision to deport three relatives of Arab terrorists from their homes in Judea and Samaria to Gaza. The three Arabs slated for deportation are Kifah Muhammad Ajouri, Intissar Ajouri, and Abdel Nasser Assida. Kifah and Istissar Ajouri are the siblings of Ali Ajouri, the Arab responsible for the Tisha B’Av suicide bombing in Tel-Aviv that left five people dead.

Assida’s brother was behind both deadly terror attacks near the Shomron community of Emanuel that claimed the lives of twenty Israelis. The IDF says that the three played supporting roles in their siblings' terror efforts. Attorney General Elyakim Rubenstein has given the three Arabs until 2PM this afternoon to petition the court’s ruling.