IDF demolishes home of terrorist who killed Ari Fuld

The apartment of Khalil Jabarin, who stabbed to death Ari Fuld, was destroyed in the early morning hours on Friday.

By: World Israel News Staff

On Friday, Israeli security forces demolished an apartment in the family home of Palestinian Khalil Jabarin, who murdered Israeli father of four Ari Fuld in Gush Etzion in September.

Palestinians at the scene of the demolished home in Yata, near Hebron, hurled stones at Israeli soldiers, Times of Israel reported.

Israel’s policy of demolishing the homes of terrorists is designed to deter future attacks. The Palestinian Authority and Hamas terror group provide lifetime salaries to Palestinian criminals who attack Israelis, such as Jabarin, in addition to furnishing generous stipends to the families of those who are killed committing acts of terrorism.

Jabarin stabbed Fuld repeatedly in the neck and back. Before he succumbed to his wounds, Fuld pursued Jabarin on foot, firing several shots at the terrorist before the IDF veteran staggered and fell. Fuld is credited with saving the life of a woman working nearby whom Jabarin attempted to attack next.

Fuld was an immigrant from the U.S. who served as an advocate for Israeli communities in Judea and Samaria. He was posthumously awarded the Medal of Distinction, one of the greatest honors bestowed by the Israel Police.

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