House of the Muslim terrorist who murdered hasbara warrior Ari Fuld set for demolition
The IDF Spokesperson’s Unit announced Tuesday that it has informed the family of the Muslim terrorist who murdered Ari Fuld in September that their apartment on the third floor of a three-story building in the terror nest of Yatta, is set for demolition.
The terrorist’s family was given a chance to appeal the decision until December 2nd.
“The IDF will continue to act determinedly to prevent terror attacks and to deter terrorists,” the army said in a statement announcing the move, saying the IDF informed Jabarin’s family of the decision.
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Hasbara warrior and Israel advocate Ari Fuld HY’D was murdered by a 17-year-old Muslim terrorist at the entrance to Harim shopping center in Gush Etzion last September.
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Fuld gave chase after being stabbed and attempted to shoot at his attacker. However, the Muslim terrorist was eventually shot and neutralized by a passerby.
Born in New York, Fuld, 45, immigrated to Israel in 1994 and was a well-known pro-Israel advocate. His Facebook page stated: “Living the dream! I have a love for the Nation of Israel, Land of Israel and Torah of Israel.”