Ofra terrorist eliminated on Wednesday is brother of Givat Assaf terrorist

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
December 20, 2018 14:04
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Twelve hours after the Ofra terrorist, Saleh Omar Barghouti was assassinated, it's suspected that his brother As'am Barghouti was the terrorist who carried out the attack in Givat Assaf, Palestinian media reported on Thursday.

Saleh Omar Barghouti, 29, the son of West Bank Hamas leader Omar Barghouti, from the village of Kobar, murdered two IDF soldiers, and critically wounded another soldier at Givat Assaf on December 13.Security forces are now conducting a wide-scale hunt for his brother As'am Barghouti, 32. Barghouti , a member of  Hamas, spent a decade in prison and was released nine months ago.

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