IDF forces overnight demolished the home of the terrorists who murdered kindergarten teacher Batsheva Nigri in a shooting attack in August.
Nigri's brother, Sergeant Major Amos Ravid, took part in the demolition of the home of the terrorists who murdered his sister.
"Batsheva was a great light," Ravid told Israel National News - Arutz Sheva. "With this action, we are burning evil."
"When you remove the darkness, you automatically add light. There is some comfort in that and in getting closure. I think this is important, especially at this time. Am Yisrael Chai (the people of Israel live)," he said.
Nigri was murdered in a terrorist shooting attack at the Beit Hagai intersection near Hebron.
The driver of the car, Aryeh Gottlieb, Nigri's brother-in-law, was seriously injured in the attack and was taken to Soroka Hospital in Be'er Sheva with gunshot wounds to his limbs.
Nigri's 12-year-old daughter was in the back seat at the time and witnessed the murder of her mother.