IDF spokesperson: The IDF will continue to act in order to prevent terror

December 15, 2018 11:58
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According to an IDF spokesperson, on Friday night, IDF soldiers, along with Border Police soldiers and Civil Administration forces, demolished the four-story building in which the family of the "terrorist" Islam Yusuf Abu Hamid from the Al-Omari refugee camp lived in.

A number of violent riots broke out in which dozens of Palestinians threw stones at the forces. The fighters responded by means of dispersal methods. There were no casualties.

The soldiers of the "Duvdevan" Unit (where the late Ronen Lubarsky served) also participated in the demolition of the house of the terrorist, and located and captured the terrorist on June 13, 2018. The IDF will continue to act in order to prevent terror and maintain security in the area, according to the statement.

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