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HCJ 8066/14, 8070/14 - _____ Abu Jamal et al. v. GOC Home Front Command Judgment
Judgment | 8066/14 | 31.12.2014
Judgment dismissing HaMoked's petitions against the intended punitive demolition of the family homes of the two assailants in the attack at the synagogue in Har Nof, Jerusalem. The court rules that the two assailants' deeds were particularly severe, and in such cases, as previously ruled, there nothing to hinder the demolition. The court adds that the principle arguments against this practice have already been considered in the public petition by HaMoked and other human rights organizations, which was dismissed that same day. The court addresses HaMoked's concern and rules that the state must act to minimize the risk of possible damage to adjacent apartments, and use for that purpose the engineering opinion submitted by HaMoked.
The HCJ's decisions over the planned punitive demolitions of four homes in East Jerusalem and in the general petition against this punitive policy: the general petition was rejected; three of the homes may be demolished and the state must justify again the planned demolition of the fourth home
With approval of the HCJ: Israeli security forces sealed the family home of one of the assailants in the Har Nof attack
Security forces announce intention to demolish the family home of assailant in the Har Nof attack within 24 hours: HaMoked petitions HCJ to prevent the demolition
The military carried out the punitive demolition of two houses in East Jerusalem and also sealed a room in another apartment: in at least one case, extensive damage was caused to nearby homes
Empty guarantee: photos taken at site of the punitive demolition in Jabal al-Mukabber reveal that the state breached its undertaking that "all required measures will be taken to minimize possible damage to the apartments adjacent to the terrorist's apartment"
During a punitive demolition in East Jerusalem, the military caused severe damage to neighboring apartments: the affected families are suing the state over negligence (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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