IDF soldiers come under fire during house demolition of terrorist who killed Danny Gonen

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November 16, 2015 06:12

 
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IDF forces demolished the house of the terrorist who murdered Danny Gonen on Monday morning according to reports by the IDF spokespersons unit.

Armed gunmen opened fire on the soldiers who fired back in response. Three terrorists were killed in the scuffle. There were no Israeli casualties.  

25-year-old Danny Gonen of Lod was shot dead on June 19, 2015 near Dolev, about 27 km. northwest of Jerusalem, after he and a friend were waved down by a Palestinian man on the side of the road, who shot them with a 9 mm. pistol at pointblank range.

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