The Times of Israel reports: Israeli troops demolished the homes of two terrorists who carried out a deadly shooting attack in Tel Aviv, knocking down one structure and exploding the other early Thursday morning.
On June 8, cousins Khalid and Muhammad Muhamra opened fire on a Max Brenner restaurant in the posh Sarona Market shopping area, killing four and wounding 41.
They were captured alive immediately after the attack and are currently awaiting trial on murder charges along with another Palestinian man, Younis Ayash Musa Zayn, accused of helping the two.
Last month the Supreme Court approved a demolition order for the cousins’ homes, which the army said was carried out in the early hours of Thursday morning.
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