IDF Preps to Raze Home of Tel Aviv Terrorist Shooter

An Israeli soldier climbs down from a bulldozer after returning from the Gaza Strip February 13, 2002 at the Israeli controlled Erez crossing.
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The Jerusalem Post reports: IDF units operating in the West Bank town of Yatta (near Hebron) mapped out the home of one of the terrorists who carried out the deadly shooting at Tel Aviv’s Sarona Market last week, the army announced on Friday The procedure is carried out by Engineering Corps units before a structure is demolished.

The army mapped out the home of the other gunman last week, and both homes are scheduled to be demolished.

Meanwhile, in the same Palestinian town, the IDF – together with the Israel Police and Civil Administration for Judea and Samaria – destroyed on Saturday the home of Marad Shabita, the terrorist who stabbed mother- of-six Dafna Meir to death in her home in Otniel on January 17.

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