IDF forces and Israel Police prepared Monday morning the demolition of the home of terrorist Abed Mahmoud Abed Rabo Dawiat, 20, one of the four terrorists accused of hurling rocks at Alexander Levlovich’s car on the first night of Rosh Hashanah, resulting in his death.
Initially, all four of the terrorists’ homes were due to be demolished, but the Israeli Supreme Court last week accepted petitions against demolishing the houses of three terrorists since they were only charged with manslaughter and not murder.
However, the petition against terrorist Abed Dawiat was rejected as he was accused of throwing the specific rock which led to the 64-year-old grandfather's death by causing him to lose control and veer out of his lane, before slamming into a tree.
It should be noted that the Supreme Court also cancelled the demolition order issued against the house of terrorist Abed al-Aziz Meri, who was an accomplice to the terror stabbing on Wadi Street in Jerusalem's Old City over Sukkot which claimed the lives of Rabbi Nehamiah Lavi and Aharon Bennett.
Abed al-Aziz Meri, a resident of Abu Dis, is suspected of aiding Mohannad Shafik Halabi plan and carry out the attack – having spent the entire Saturday prior to the evening attack with Halabi. After the two were denied access to the Temple Mount, Meri persuaded Halabi to carry out an attack against Jews, telling him it would be payback for being refused entry for prayers at Al-Aqsa.