IDF to demolish rebuilt homes of Muslim terrorists who murdered 4 at Tel Aviv market
IDF soldiers mapped Wednesday morning the rebuilt houses of the Muslim terrorists who murdered four Israelis at the Sarona Market shooting attack in Tel Aviv in June 2016, in order to demolish them.
The IDF had already demolished the terrorists’ homes following an order issued by the Commander of the Central Command, but the houses were rebuilt without a permit.
Troops mapped out the two homes in preparation for the impending demolition.
Four people were murdered and 16 others injured in June 2016, when Muslim cousins Mohammed Mahamra and Khaled Mohammed Mahmra opened fire using makeshift semi-automatic weapons in the Sarona Market, a popular shopping and dining complex in Tel Aviv.
A third terrorist was supposed to participate in the terror attack, which originally consisted of an elaborate scheme according to which the three planned to open fire inside a train and cause mass murder.
The Muslim terrorists were inspired by ISIS to commit the terror attack, which claimed the lives of Ido Ben-Ari, 42, from Ramat Gan; Ilana Nave, 39, from Tel Aviv; Dr. Michael Feige, 58 from Midreshet Ben-Gurion; and Mila Mishayev, 32, from Rishon LeZion.
As part of an incentive program for murder Jews, the Palestinian Authority provide new homes to Muslim terrorists whose houses were demolished by the IDF.
Last April, the IDF demolished the house of one of the Muslim terrorists who murdered Rabbi Raziel Shevah near Havat Gilad in Samaria. Seven months later, the house has been rebuilt with PA funds, given by donor countries.
The Palestinian Authority paid Muslim terrorists who murdered Jews over NIS 4 billion over the past four years, with NIS 1.2 billion being paid in the last year alone.