IDF demolishes homes of 2 terrorists, seals off home of third

The terrorists whose homes were destroyed were responsible for several deadly Jerusalem attacks, including the Har Nof synagogue murders.

IDF soldiers seal terrorist home
Acting on orders from Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon, an IDF Engineering Corps unit demolished the homes of two terrorists from east Jerusalem early Tuesday and sealed the home of a third.
The units, operating together with the Israel Police, destroyed the homes of Muhammad Jabis and Jamis Bin Muhammad in Jerusalem, and sealed the home of Muataz Hijazi.
Jabis ran over civilians with a bulldozer in the capital on October 4, 2014, murdering Rabbi Avraham Wallas, and injuring seven other civilians.
The terrorist was then shot dead by Israel Police officers.
Bin Muhammad, together with Udi Bin A’abad, burst into a synagogue in Jerusalem’s Har Nof neighborhood on November 18, 2014, murdering four Jewish worshipers and wounding seven others with axes, knives and a gun. The terrorists then shot dead Israel Police officer Zidan Sayaf, who responded to the shooting and attempted to stop the attack.
Both terrorists were killed in a subsequent exchange of fire on the scene with police.
Hijazi carried out a terror attack on October 29, 2014, in which he shot and critically injured Yehuda Glick as the Jewish activist left the Begin Heritage Center in Jerusalem.
Hijazi was killed in a gun battle with special forces on October 30 on the roof of his home in Abu Tor, east Jerusalem; Glick has recovered from his wounds.
“The IDF will continue to act on orders from the government, while cooperating with other security bodies, and will not hesitate to take all legal steps at its disposal to harm terrorists and the elements that support them to deter them from carrying out further attacks,” the military said in a statement.