Another Demolition Delayed Due To Biden’s Visit

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Vyacheslav (Vladi) Golev, h’yd, was killed in the Ariel terror attack on April 29, 2022.

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Defense Minister Benny Gantz ordered the IDF to halt the demolition of one of the Ariel terrorists’ homes, which had been scheduled to be carried out this week.

The move is part of a policy adopted after the US asked Israel to halt any actions that could lead to tensions with the Palestinian Authority ahead of President Biden’s visit next month.

Last week, the IDF ordered the postponement of the demolition of the home of the Tel Aviv terrorist.

Vyacheslav (Vladi) Golev, h’yd, 23, of Beit Shemesh was murdered in the Ariel terror attack on April 29, leaving behind his parents, seven siblings, and fiancée.

Photos of IDF soldiers raiding the hometown of the two Ariel terrorists and mapping the terrorists’ homes for demolition on May 1, 2022. (IDF spokesperson)

(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem)


4 COMMENTS

  1. Biden, why worry about a nut ball….who knows he will trip going onto the plane and trip coming off, then he will blame the jews for this ….don’t care, one bit about America, the Americans either, a nasty bunch of hateful criminals and self centered fools, this is coming from a laced Canadian,

  2. Knocking down people’s houses for a political reason is a dumb idea the zionists picked up from the British. It worked very well for the British who used demolitions as a way to fight opposition to their rule (note that very few people alive today remember when Britain had a empire, or when Ireland was part of Britain – unless one thinks such policies are intended to free a country of the burden of occupying foreign territory against the will of the inhabitants). It doesn’t prevent terrorism, and just makes people mad.