An order's been approved
for wrecking the house of a jihadist who committed murder in August
The Home Front Command issued an order Thursday to demolish the home of the Palestinian man who carried out a terrorist attack in central Jerusalem in August.
The terrorist, East Jerusalem resident Muhammed Naif El-Ja’abis, was shot dead by police shortly after running over a pedestrian and ramming a stolen excavator into a bus.
In response to the increasing tensions in Jerusalem, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered the reinstatement of the policy of demolishing the homes of Palestinians who perpetrate terror attacks in Jerusalem, during an emergency cabinet meeting last week.
The prime minister’s directive came in response to a series of deadly hit-and-run terror attacks in Jerusalem that have killed six people and injured dozens of others.
If there's a whole block of buildings once dwelled in by jihadists, they should all be smashed to bits.
Labels: anti-semitism, islam, Israel, Israeli Arabs, Jerusalem, jihad, terrorism, war on terror