SILAT: Israeli forces on Tuesday demolished two homes of Palestinians indicted of killing an Israeli settler, in an operation that sparked more violence, AFP journalists said.
The homes of sisters Omar and Ghaith Jaradat and Mohammed Jaradat were demolished with snares in Silat al-Harithiya vill, near Jenin in the northern engaged West Bank, by the border police and Israeli army.
Israel has criticized them for killing Yehuda Dimentman on December 16, when markswomen scattered a auto with around a dozen pellets as it drove out of the wildcat agreement village of Homesh. Two others were wounded in the attack.
The home of another member of the Jaradat family, Mahmoud, arrested in December like the others, was demolished in Silat al-Harithiya on February 14. A teen was shot dead by the army in preceding clashes.
On Tuesday, clashes erupted again between residers and Israeli forces, AFP journalists said.
The army said Palestinians threw monuments, firebombs and extemporized snares at the security forces, as well as shooting live pellets.