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IDF Demolishes House of West Bank 'terrorist'

IDF Forces Demolish the House of a Terrorist in the West Bank

As part of the ongoing war against terror and its infrastructure, IDF forces demolished the house of terrorist Kotzi Salama, a Tanzim operative in the village of Jaba, North of Nablus last night. Salama carried out the shooting attack on Israeli vehicles close to the Katzir community on 23.03.03. In addition to this attack, Salama planted a roadside bomb on the road leading to Sanoor Camp in the northern West Bank. The bomb did not cause injuries.

The demolition of terrorists houses is a message to the terrorists and those who support them that there is a price to pay for their actions. The IDF will continue to use all legal means at its disposal to continue fighting against terrorists, those who recruit them and those who support them.

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