The house of lone terrorist, Fayed El-Khutari, who is believed to have been behind the explosion at the Dolfo discotheque in Tel-Aviv on June 1st, was razed to the ground today in the town of Kalkilia by Israeli soldiers using bulldozers and tanks. It is not quite clear what the Israelis were trying to accomplish by doing so. If you take international anti-terrorist practice, you can see that it is not quite accepted to take revenge on terrorists’ relatives. If you take Chechnya, for example, you will not see rebel commander Barayev’s house being demolished or his relatives being arrested and harassed. Also, it is not clear who has sanctioned such an action. Perhaps, the servicemen did it at their own discretion? Anyway, one has to remember that 23 people died as a result of the terrorist attack.
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