IDF prepares to demolish homes of Muslim terrorists who murdered Dvir Sorek
Israeli security forces mapped out the homes of the Muslim terrorists who brutally murdered 19-year-old IDF soldier and Yeshiva student Dvir Sorek, laying the groundwork for the buildings’ demolition.
The homes, both located in the Arab village of Beit Kahil, were mapped out so that engineers can plan their demolition.
No date has yet been set for the demolition.
The Shin Bet, the IDF, and the Israeli police captured alive the Muslim terrorists who murdered Dvir Sorek, after a two-day manhunt.
The two Muslim terrorists were identified as 24-year-old Nazir Saleh Khalil Atafra and 30-year-old Qasem Araf Khalil ‘Aafra both from Beit Kahel, in the Hevron area.
Dvir was a student at a religious seminary in the Jewish community of Migdal Oz, and had joined the IDF while continuing his studies, in a program known in Hebrew as “hesder”, which combines Torah studies with military service.
Dvir’s body was found with multiple stab wounds in the early hours of the morning on the side of a road near the seminary where he studied. The soldier was neither armed nor in uniform when his body was found.
The terror attack was carried out as Dvir was making his way from the square near the entrance to the Jewish community of Efrat to the nearby community of Migdal Oz.
The Muslim terrorists are believed to have followed Dvir in a vehicle before murdering him and fleeing the scene.