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Israel to demolish 3 homes of Hebron men suspected of killing teens

July 16, 2014 2:20 P.M. (Updated: July 17, 2014 5:13 P.M.)
HEBRON (Ma'an) -- Israeli forces on Tuesday delivered demolition orders to the families of two Palestinians in Hebron Israel accuses of kidnapping and killing three Israeli teenagers.

More than a week ago, Israeli forces partly demolished two of the houses, which belonged to Amer Abu Aisha and Marwan al-Qawasmi.

The commander of Israeli forces in the West Bank, who signed the decision, gave the families two days for demur.

Separately, Israeli forces handed a demolition order to family of Husam Ali al-Qawasmi in the Wadi Abu Kteila neighborhood of Hebron. Israel has also accused al-Qawasmi of involvement in the abduction and killing of the three teens. He has been detained for over a week.

Al-Qawasmi has served some 10 years in Israeli jails. One of his brothers was freed in the Shalit deal and was deported to the Gaza Strip, while two other brothers are still in Israeli custody.

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