Skip to comments.IDF Demolishes Homes of Teens' Murderers
Posted on 08/18/2014 6:00:05 AM PDT by DeoVindiceSicSemperTyrannis
The IDF demolished on Sunday night the homes of the three terrorists who kidnapped and murdered Israeli teens Gilad Shaar, Naftali Frenkel and Eyal Yifrah.
According to a statement by the IDF Spokespersons Unit, the homes of terrorists Hussam Kawasmeh and Amar Abu-Eisha were demolished. The home of a third terrorist, Marwan Kawasmeh, was sealed.
The operation was carried out as part of the ongoing fight against terrorism and its infrastructure, in accordance with the decision of the head of Central Command, Gen. Nitzan Alon, and after three petitions on the issue were rejected by the Supreme Court, the statement said.
Demolishing the homes of the terrorists sends a serious and deterring message to terrorists and their accomplices, that there is a price to pay if they choose to continue their terrorist activities and attacks on innocent people, the statement continued. The security forces - the IDF, the Shin Bet and the Israel Police - are continuing the search for the kidnappers.
The IDF will continue to take all available legal means to harm terrorists and their supporters, and discourage further attacks, it concluded.
Hussam Kawasmeh, a resident of Hevron, was recently arrested in the Arab neighborhood of Shuafat in Jerusalem in a joint operation involving IDF forces and the Shabak (Israel Security Agency), and has admitted under interrogation to having orchestrated the kidnapping and said he received funding from Hamas officials in Gaza.
The other two terrorists are still at large.
(Excerpt) Read more at israelnationalnews.com ...
At least Israel knows how to defend her people!
Imagine the ruckus if that kind of action was taken in Ferguson to looters and criminals
That’s been my tacitly-held idea for quite a while.
Quit reading my mind!
They need to kill more islamists, faster.
Some good news!
I bet he did.
"Sings Like a Bird" bump!
I can easily see whole neighborhoods being destroyed in that case.
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