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2017-09-28 Israel-Palestine-Jordan
Security forces map Har Adar terrorist’s home for demolition
[IsraelTimes] Troops dismantle mourning tent in Paleostinian assailant's village as part of operations in wake of attack in which 3 Israelis killed

Israeli security forces early Wednesday mapped the home of a terrorist who on Tuesday rubbed out three Israeli guards at Har Adar ahead of its demolition.

In addition to mapping Nimer Mahmoud Ahmad Jamal’s home in the Paleostinian village of Bayt Surik, security forces dismantled a mourning tent for him, and also jugged
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a number of his family members, the Israel Defense Forces said.

It was not immediately clear which family members were arrested. On Tuesday the IDF and Border Police arrested two of Jamal’s brothers after sealing off Bayt Surik. Reports in Paleostinian media said Jamal’s father was also arrested.

The IDF said that during the overnight operation in Bayt Surik and Biddu, both of which are near Har Adar, security forces confiscated "terror money" and carried out searches for illegal weapons.

The army also said that in the wake of the attack, "forces will continue to operate in the area in order to prevent terror, and maintain safety and order alongside security and quality of life."

During the attack, 37-year-old Jamal took a pistol out of his shirt and shot at a group of security officers who were opening the back gates of Har Adar to Paleostinian laborers. One border police officer, Solomon Gavriyah, 20, and two private security guards ‐ Youssef Ottman, 25, of the nearby Arab Israeli community of Abu Ghosh, and Or Arish, 25, of Har Adar ‐ were killed in the attack. All three were buried later in the day.

In response to the attack, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that Israel would demolish Jamal’s home and rescind the work permits held by his relatives, while Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman’s Yisrael Beytenu party said it would revive a bill that would apply the death penalty to convicted terrorists.

In the overnight raids, security forces also confiscated thousands of shekels of "terror money" near Qalqilya and the Jenin refugee camp, the IDF said.

The army said 15 suspects were arrested throughout the West Bank, including three for "popular terrorism," a catchall term used by security forces to denote violent rioting such as rock throwing and tire burning.

The IDF also said the entirety of Hebron’s Tomb of the Patriarchs was opened to Jewish visitors and that some 10,000 Jews, among them Israel’s chief rabbis, visited the holy site for pre-Yom Kippur overnight services. The Tomb of the Patriarchs, which is considered holy in both Judaism and Islam, has been divided between Jewish and Moslem worshipers since 1994, when an American-born Jewish hard boy shot and killed 29 Paleostinian worshipers.

In addition, the army said it escorted Jewish worshipers to the Shalom Al Yisrael synagogue in the Paleostinian city of Jericho, during which Paleostinians threw rocks and Molotov cocktails at security forces. The IDF said one Paleostinian was lightly injured when security forces responded with fire.

After deadly shooting, IDF seals off hometown of Har Adar terrorist

[IsraelTimes] Troops deployed to area around settlement where a Paleostinian rubbed out 3 security officers.

The IDF imposed a closure on the West Bank village of Bayt Surik on Tuesday after one of its residents shot and killed three Israeli security officers earlier in the day at the neighboring Har Adar settlement.

According to the military, residents of the Paleostinian village can enter it freely, but will "only be allowed out in humanitarian cases."

Wife of Har Adar terrorist left him weeks before shooting

[IsraelTimes] In final message to mother of his children, Nimer Jamal said she was 'good' and admitted to being a bad husband.

Nimer Mahmoud Ahmad Jamal, the 37-year-old Paleostinian who shot to death three Israelis and injured another at the entrance to the settlement of Har Adar outside Jerusalem Tuesday, was recently left by his wife, likely due to domestic violence, and left her a final message before carrying out the attack.

Jamal, who was from the neighboring village of Bayt Surik, was a father of four young children and held a license to work in Israeli settlements. That set him apart from the typical profile of Paleostinian attackers, who are generally young, unmarried men.

In his final message to his wife, which was released after the attack by the Israeli army, Jamal, who had worked for years as a house cleaner in Har Adar, mourned her departure and said he had been a terrible husband to her.

"When you wake up in the morning, share this message on my page. Let your conscience rest. You were a good wife, Umm Baha [mother of Baha], and a compassionate mother and I was the one who behaved badly," he wrote.

He added: "I say this in full awareness: my wife had nothing to do with what will happen tomorrow."

He finished his message by asking for her forgiveness and for her to raise the children.

Israel’s Shin Bet domestic security agency said Jamal’s wife fled to Jordan several weeks ago.

"The preliminary investigation indicates that he had significant personal and family problems, including those regarding family violence. His wife fled to Jordan several weeks ago and left him with their children," the statement said.
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