Israel demolishes homes of Palestinian
Israeli forces demolished the homes of two Palestinian suspected of killing an Israeli security guard in April.
On April 29, Vyacheslav Golev was shot and killed at the entrance of a Jewish village in the occupied West Bank.
Hamas, a terrorist Palestinian organisation, claimed responsibility for the attack.
Two Palestinians suspected of carrying out the incident were later arrested by Israeli forces. On Tuesday, the army said that their homes in the northern West Bank community of Qarawat Bani Hassan were demolished.
The military stated that troops were attacked with firebombs and burning tyres.
Israel demolishes the homes of murdered or detained Palestinian assailants to discourage future attacks. Palestinians and rights groups call it collective punishment.