Demolition order for apartment of Ari Fuld's murderer

Order related only to apartment in which terrorist lived, on top floor of structure. Terrorist's family has 2 days to petition High Court.

Uzi Baruch,

Ari Fuld
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The head of Central Command, Major General Nadav Padan, signed this morning a demolition order for the apartment where the terrorist who murdered Ari Fuld last September was living.

The demolition order was issued after the objection filed by the terrorist’s family against the demolition was rejected.

IDF officials note that the order relates to an apartment on the top floor of a three-story structure in which the terrorist lived, and that the family of the terrorist was given two days until implementation of the order, before which they can petition the Supreme Court against its implementation.

An American immigrant living in the Gush Etzion town of Efrat, Fuld was a pro-Israel activist and member of Efrat’s rapid response team.

The terrorist stabbed Fuld in the back outside of a shopping center in Gush Etzion on September 16th, mortally wounding him.

Despite his wounds, Fuld managed to draw his personal firearm and shoot the terrorist, neutralizing him and preventing the terrorist from harming additional victims.




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