Settlers headed by the Nahala Movement made their latest push to illegally build the outpost last month.
The large, two-story home in the town of Turmas Ayya near Ramallah was mapped ahead of possible demolition.
All along, and as recently as this week, PA officialdom under his rule has been consistent in its support for the cold-blooded murder of innocent Israelis.
Muntaser Shalabi, 44, was arrested on Wednesday night by the IDF just hours after one of the three Israelis injured in the attack, 19-year-old Yehuda Geutta, died of his wounds.
Gunfire and explosions were heard for several hours with a live feed of the incident playing out on Facebook.
Fatah's Nablus branch made a post on its official Facebook page, within hours of the attack, calling on "honored" members of the Palestinian community to delete the security footage.
On Monday, soldiers continued the search for the Palestinian attacker, but found only his torched and bullet-ridden vehicle.
"We will not allow terror to raise its head – and we will fight the perpetrators and those who send them."
The terrorist was shot by a police officer. No other injuries were sustained.
The terrorist is fully conscious but suffered from bullet wounds in her lower extremities.