IDF gets ready to destroy three terrorist homes

In late night mission, special forces map out homes of those behind recent serious attacks in preparation for demolition.

Uzi Baruch ,

Nati Shohat/Flash 90

IDF forces on Sunday night mapped out the homes of three Arab terrorists who recently committed brutal attacks, in preparatory steps to demolishing the homes as a means of deterrence.

In the town of Al Fawar near Hevron in Judea, members of the elite Duvdevan special forces unit mapped the home of the terrorist Mohammed Ismail Mohammed Shubki, who committed the stabbing attack last Wednesday at Al Fawar Junction in which he seriously wounded a soldier.

In another Hevron region town, members of the Nahshon Brigade mapped out the home of the terrorist Ta Hussein Ahmed Trada, who conducted a stabbing in Jerusalem on Sunday, and lightly to moderately wounded a woman.

The third home mapped by the soldiers was that of Amad Aldin Teysir Mussa Trada who conducted a stabbing in Rishon Letzion last Monday wounding three civilians - two of them critically.

The mapping operations concluded with no unusual events of rioting or violence.

In the recent ruling of the High Court, in which an additional demolition of the homes of Arab terrorists was approved, the judges ruled that if the demolition harms homes other than the specific house belonging to the terrorist, the state will be obligated to compensate for the damage or repair it.