Court postpones ruling on demolition of homes of terror accomplices

Israel's Supreme Court on Wednesday postponed its decision regarding an appeal by two Palestinians against an order for the destruction of their homes, and ordered the state to clarify the evidence against them within three weeks. The two were accomplices of the terrorists who murdered Israelis Na'ama and Eitam Henkin in October 2015. The court rejected an appeal by a third Palestinian in the same case, ruling that his house should be destroyed due to the extent of his involvement in the terrorist attack. 

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