1. Various of destroyed house of Ali Azuri, accused of orchestrating Wednesday's suicide attacks in Tel Aviv (Ali Azuri's father and three brothers are arrested)
2. People picking through rubble of Azuri family house
3. Two female members of Azuri family sitting together
4. Closeup photo of Ali Azuri
5. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Ali Azuri's mother (no name given):
"Q: What will happen if your family are deported to Gaza?
A: They (Israeli authorities) can do anything they want, they are demolishing homes and deporting whoever they want, nobody is stopping them. But if they do deport them who will look after their families?"
Balata refugee camp, near Nablus, West Bank
6. Street scene
7. Exterior home of Ibrahim Najie, one of the Tel Aviv suicide bombers (member of previously unheard of Al-Nazir group, affiliated with Fatah)
8. Various of Najie's family members
9. Closeup photo of Najie
10. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Najie's uncle (no name given):
"No one has told is us officially that he carried out the bombing- we just heard it on the new."
Jericho, West Bank
11. Set up shot Saeb Erekat, chief Palestinian negotiator
"The collective punishment of demolishing homes and then deporting families from their place of residence to other areas. This is a war crime. This is unacceptable. The international community must stop Israeli war crimes against the innocent Palestinian civilian population."
13. Various security and police at bus stops and road blocks
Israeli troops have demolished the family homes of two men said to be the commanders of terror cells that carried out attacks on Israeli citizens earlier this week.
The male family members in each house - 16 in total - were detained, and Israel says it wants to deport them to the Gaza Strip.
The arrests took place in the early hours of Friday morning.
In the Al-Askar refugee camp in Nablus, soldiers destroyed the house of a leader of the Fatah-linked Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades militia, Ali Ajouri, 23, badly damaging several nearby houses, residents said.
They arrested Ajouri's father and two brothers but Ajouri himself was not captured.
And in the village of Tel, south of Nablus, soldiers destroyed the house of Nasser Aseida, 26, leader of the Hamas military wing, suspected of organizing the bus ambush in the Jewish settlement of Emmanuel.
Palestinian officials condemned the arrests. Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat described the Israeli military's actions as 'war crimes.'
Elsewhere in Nablus, two other families were celebrating the deaths of the suicide bombers who carried out the attacks in Tel Aviv.
Mohammed Attala, 18, and Ibrahim Najie, 19 came from the Balata refugee camp and belonged to a previously unheard of group, Al-Nazir.
The group is affiliated with Fatah, Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat's movement.