IDF demolishes home of Muslim terrorist who murdered Duvdevan soldier Ronen Lubarsky
BREAKING: Following a Supreme Court’s decision, the IDF demolished the home of the Muslim terrorist who murdered Staff Sgt. Ronen Lubarsky last May.
The IDF blew up the four-story building where the terrorist and his family lived in the al-Amari neighborhood of Ramallah.
Soldiers from the IDF’s elite Duvdevan unit also participated in the demolition.
During the operation, violent riots broke out with Muslim terrorists throwing rocks at security forces, who responded with crowd control measures.
There were no casualties among the IDF soldiers.
The mother of the family, Umm Nasser Abu Hamid, called for the genocide of Israelis: “We will redeem Palestine in our blood and in our homes.”
Mahmoud al-Aloul, deputy chairman of Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah party, expressed support for the terrorist’s family and said the Palestinian Authority would pay [with funds given by donor countries] for the home to be rebuilt.
The IDF already destroyed one building built by the same family in 1990 on the same location after the brother of the terrorist committed a terror attack of his own. The family was forbidden to rebuild the structure.
Duvdevan Elite soldier Ronen Lubarsky died from critical injuries he sustained during a counter-terrorism operation in al-Amari when a Muslim terrorist, Islam Yusuf Abu Hamid threw a marble block at him from the third floor of a building.