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Israeli police and military said the home of Abdel-Rahman Shaloudi was blown up before dawn, and Shaloudi was killed. Two people were killed last month when Shaloudi rammed his car into a Jerusalem tram stop.

Jerusalem — Israel on Wednesday destroyed the home of a Palestinian who last month ran over and killed two people at a Jerusalem tram stop, a day after two militants killed four rabbis and a policeman at a synagogue in the city.

The home of Abdel-Rahman Shaloudi, 21, was blown up before dawn, police and the military said. East Jerusalem resident Shaloudi was shot dead by police as he tried to flee after mowing down commuters at a light railway stop on Oct. 22.

A three-month-old baby, a U.S. citizen, and a 22-year-old tourist from Ecuador were killed when he rammed the tram stop with his car. Seven other people were injured.

Shaloudi's home in the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Silwan, adjacent to the old walled city, has been a scene of confrontations since the incident, which his family has said was a traffic accident.

Violence in Jerusalem and other areas of Israel and the Israeli-occupied Palestinian territories has surged since July when a Palestinian teenager was burned to death by Jewish assailants, an alleged revenge attack for the abduction and killing of three Jewish teens by Palestinian militants in the occupied West Bank.

Israel's army has blown up or demolished militants' homes for decades but stopped the practice in 2005, saying it was counterproductive in their effort to discourage attacks. Court-sanctioned demolitions resumed earlier this year.

Tuesday's attack at a Jerusalem synagogue where the four rabbis and a policeman were killed was the worst in the city since 2008 when a Palestinian gunman killed eight people at a religious school.

Tension has deepened in Silwan and other areas of Arab East Jerusalem in recent months, with almost nightly clashes between Palestinians throwing rocks and setting off firecrackers and armed Israeli police firing stun grenades and tear gas.

The unrest has grown since the July-August war in Gaza and the movement of dozens of Jewish settlers into Silwan in recent weeks.

A push by Orthodox Jews to be allowed to pray at an Old City site that is holy to both Muslims and Jews, in defiance of a decades-long ban agreed by Israel, has also fueled anger.

Palestinians seek Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza - lands captured and occupied by Israel after the 1967 war - for their future state.

Citing historical and Biblical roots, Israel regards all of Jerusalem as its capital and has annexed it in a move that is not accepted internationally.

Source: http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Latest-News-Wires/2014/1119/Israel-destroys-home-of-Palestinian-who-killed-two-at-train-stop-video

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Awesome! Great news! Keep bulldozing over the homes of those who celebrated the synagogue murders in the streets!

Good to know that you've come out on the side of oppression and Apartheid. Actually Israel should just send all the Palestinians to the gas chambers. Problem solved. Not like the U.S. govt. would have a problem with it.


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Good to know that you've come out on the side of oppression and Apartheid. Actually Israel should just send all the Palestinians to the gas chambers. Problem solved. Not like the U.S. govt. would have a problem with it.

If they cry 'uncle' then let them escape. If they continue in the ways of terrorism, then make 'em toast.

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Terrorist’s home destroyed, marking return to controversial policy
Israeli forces knock down walls of Shaludi apartment in Silwan, in first demolition of terrorist’s home since 2009; three more homes in capital also slated to be razed
the walls of the home of Abdelrahman al-Shaludi, a 21-year-old Palestinian from East Jerusalem who rammed his car into Israeli pedestrians in a murderous terror attack.
In demolishing the home of the Hamas terrorist behind last month’s attack, which killed a baby and a woman before police shot and fatally wounded him, Israel renewed a controversial policy aimed at deterrence but one which may further inflame tensions.
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Police remain vigilant as Hamas calls for ‘day of rage’ on Friday
Police remained vigilant roughout the country and capital following Hamas’ call Thursday for another “day of rage” against Israel on Friday, during which the terrorist organization implored Palestinians to take to the streets “in solidarity with the Aqsa Mosque and Jerusalem intifada.”
As of Thursday evening, Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said police are assessing the potential security threat and deliberating over whether to impose age restrictions for Friday prayers at the Temple Mount.
In the meantime, Rosenfeld said multiple police units will continue to closely monitor public areas across the capital, with a special emphasis on the central bus station, bus and light rail stops, shops and restaurants.
In response to the call for violence, Palestinian Authority officials in Ramallah expressed fear that Hamas’ actions would instigate unrest not only against Israel, but the Palestinian Authority leadership as well.
A senior PA official said that its security forces would not allow Hamas to “incite” Palestinians to engage in violence that could plunge the whole region into anarchy and lawlessness.
Accusing Israel of “desecrating” the Aksa Mosque, Hamas called on Palestinians to march toward Israeli checkpoints in the West bank and clash with IDF soldiers.
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I thought the day of rage was to be in Ferguson this Friday ?


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Thanks for posting the good news, Karee.


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No problem. It's good to see where people stand.

Definitely.


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05/06/2016: One month late - overnighted form N-400.

06/01/2016: Original Biometrics appointment, had to reschedule due to being away.

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08/17/2016: Interview scheduled & approved.

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