Four story building used by terrorist family to be destroyed

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
September 19, 2018 21:21
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A four story building inhabited by family members of the terrorist who murdered St.-Sgt. Ronen Lubarsky from the Duvdevan unit in late May will be completely demolished, IDF spokesperson stated on Wednesday evening.

The family of the terrorist was notified of the intention to demolish two floors in the building three weeks ago, but the new decision is to destroy the whole structure.



The IDF already destroyed one building built by the same family in 1990 on the same location after the brother of the said terrorist committed a terrorist attack of his own, the family was forbidden to rebuilt the structure. 

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