IDF maps out rebuilt home of Muslim terrorist who murdered Rabbi Raziel Shevah
As part of an incentive program for murder Jews, the Palestinian Authority provides new homes to Muslim terrorists whose houses were demolished by the IDF.
Overnight, IDF, Border Police and Civil Administration forces entered the Arab city of Jenin in northern Samaria and mapped out once again the home of Muslim terrorist Ahmed Kunba in preparation for its third demolition.
Ahmed Kunba was the driver of the terrorist cell that carried out the shooting attack in which Rabbi Raziel Shevah was murdered.
Rabbi Raziel Shevah, 35, father of six from the Jewish community of Havat Gilad in Samaria, was murdered on January 9th in a drive-by shooting in the road near his home.
During the month that followed the attack, IDF troops conducted an extensive search for the Muslim terrorist Ahmad Jarrar, head of the terror cell behind the attack, and his accomplices. They finally located him in the Arab village of Yamun in Samaria. He was eliminated by Israeli forces as he came out of a building armed with an M-16 rifle and a bag full of explosives.
Last week, IDF forces demolished the rebuilt home of the Muslim terrorist who murdered Duvdevan soldier Ronen Lubarsky.
On the same day, PA Prime Minister Mohammad Ishtayeh paid a visit to the mother of the convicted terrorist and Abbas instructed to begin rebuilding the home. Abbas said construction costs will be covered by the PA.
The PA’s support and glorification of terrorists along with paying them millions of dollars a year as a reward for murdering Jews is a deliberate policy aimed at making sure terrorism pays off and never ceases.