Dozens of Israeli soldiers invaded, Monday Shweika area in Tulkarem, in northern West Bank, and handed the family of Ashraf Suleiman Na’alwa, 23, an official order for the demolition of their home.
Media sources said the soldiers handed the order to the family, and informed that they have until October 18, 2018, to appeal against the military decision with Israeli courts.
Since Na’alwa carried out the fatal shooting in Burkan illegal colony, killing two Israelis, identified as Kim Levengrond Yehezkel, 28, from Rosh HaAyin, and Ziv Hagbi, 35, from Rishon LeZion, and fled the scene, the military started ongoing invasions into his home, and the homes of his relatives along with dozens of homes and property.
The soldiers also repeatedly abducted members of his family, including his father, mother, sisters and brothers, in an attempt to locate him.
His older brother, Amjad, and his sister, Fairouz, who teaches at the Najah National University in Nablus, are still imprisoned by Israel, while his father and mother were detained three times, last week.
In addition, the army invaded and searched many other homes in Shweika area, and several parts of Tulkarem governorate, in addition to sealing off entire areas, as part of the ongoing search, and acts of collective punishment.