Watch – IDF maps out home of Muslim terrorist who murdered Golani soldier Amit Ben Ygal
Israeli security forces mapped out the home of the Muslim terrorist who threw a large rock from the roof of a home and murdered Golani First Sgt Amit Ben Ygal last month in the Arab village of Ya’bad in northern Samaria.
Overnight, IDF, Border Police and Civil Administration forces entered the Arab village in the Jenin area and mapped out the home of Muslim terrorist Nazmi Abu Bakr, in preparation for its demolition.
No date has yet been set for the demolition.
Israeli security forces mapped out the home of the Muslim terrorist who threw a large rock from the roof of a home and murdered Golani First Sgt Amit Ben Ygal last month in the Arab village of Ya’bad in northern Samaria. https://t.co/JPQtgcit8b pic.twitter.com/UKLy7XTEky
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Last week, the IDF announced the capture of the Muslim terrorist in a joint operation with the Shin Bet and the Israeli Police.
“We can confirm that after a large-scale operation with Israel’s security services, our soldiers have arrested the assailant who killed 21-year-old Staff Sgt. Amit Ben Ygal during operational activity last month. We will continue in the fight against terror,” the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit tweeted.
On 12th May at around 4 am, a unit from the Golani Reconnaissance Battalion arrived at the Arab village of Ya’bad near Jenin to arrest four wanted Muslim terrorists.
About half an hour later, a large stone was dropped on them from a rooftop, critically injuring 21-year-old staff Seargent Amit Ben Ygal.
He was evacuated via helicopter to the Rambam Hospital in Haifa, where he was pronounced dead.
The Muslim terrorist has been identified as Nazmi Abu Bakr, a 49-year-old who lived in the building from which the rock that hit Amit was thrown.
The IDF said in a statement that the terrorist was arrested immediately after the terror attack.
He had been one of several suspects of throwing the rock, but in recent days, he confessed.