Rabbi Eitam and Naama Henkin
Rabbi Eitam and Naama Henkin Courtesy of Binyamin Regional Council

The High Court for Justice approved Thursday the demolition of the homes of six terrorists.

It rejected a motion filed against the demolitions by a leftist "civil rights" group against the demolition orders issued by IDF Central Command Head, Major General Roni Numa.

The homes of the murderers of the Eitam and Naama Henkin, Danny Gonen and Malachi Rosenfeld will be razed.

The court rejected the demolition of one of the homes scheduled to be razed, since it is inside a multi-story residential building. 

Supreme Court Judge Uzi Fogelman issued temporary orders last month to prevent the demolition orders issued against the homes of seven Arab terrorists' families, after the families petitioned the IDF demolition orders.

The demolition orders stipulate the destruction of the homes of the terrorists who took part in four separate terrorist attacks, in which a total of seven Jews were murdered.

Three motions were filed by the families of three members of the Hamas terror cell that murdered Rabbi Eitam and Naama Henkin in front of their four children on October 1, just outside of Itamar in Samaria.

Another motion was filed by the family of the terrorist that murdered Danny Gonen of Lod in a shooting attack outside Dolev in Samaria in June. Two more were submitted by the families of two terrorists involved in the shooting attack in which Malachi Moshe Rosenfeld of Kokhav Hashahar was murdered adjacent to Shvut Rachel in June.

The final petition was filed by the family of the terrorist who murdered Rabbi Nehemia Lavi and Aharon Bennett in Jerusalem's Old City earlier this month.