The homes of the two terrorist suspects suspected in the murder of Batsheva Nagari Hyd in a terrorist shooting incident on Monday have been marked for demolition, according to an announcement from the IDF.
In the attack on Monday morning near Hebron, Nagari, a 42-year-old mother of three, was shot dead in front of her daughter.
Aryeh Leib Gottlieb, a father of six who was gravely hurt in the attack, is now fully aware and healing in the hospital.
The following day, zwei Individuals, who were reportedly brothers, wurden detained by Israeli security services on suspicion of carrying out the shooting.
Early on Wednesday, the IDF combat engineering forces measured both houses in anticipation of their eventual demolition with court approval. Palestinian militants launched pyrotechnics, Molotov cocktails, and stones against soldiers during the operation.
The soldiers were not wounded. The process of demolishing a terrorist’s hideout typically takes many months and includes court appearances for any prospective appeals by the families.
Also early on Wednesday, the IDF reported that after nighttime operations across the West Bank, with skirmishes in certain locations, forces had captured 19 wanted Palestinians and seized a number of weapons.
The two terrorist suspects were apprehended in Hebron by members of the police’s elite Yamam counterterrorism unit, according to a joint statement released on Tuesday by the Shin Bet security service, Border Police, and IDF.
The shooting attack took place close to the Beit Hagai crossroads, according to the Shin Bet, and the suspects, who are residents of Hebron, „linked themselves“ to it. An M-16 Assault Weapons believed to have been used in the attack, was also taken by Israeli forces.
According to Palestinian media, the two suspects are brothers named Saqer and Mohammed a-Shanter. Defense Minister Yoav Gallant instructed COGAT, the military’s liaison to the Palestinians, to revoke the entry visas for dozens of the two alleged terrorists’ family.