High court of justice issued a temporary ban on the demolition of the house of the terrorist who killed Nehemia Lavi and Aaron Bennett in the old city of Jerusalem.
Sunday, 13 December, the high court of appeals considered an appeal filed by relatives of terrorist Muhannad Shafiq al-Halabi on the state’s decision to demolish their home.
Judge Uzi Fogelman asked gorprokuratury within ten days to prepare a response on behalf of the state on this appeal, as well as to justify the destruction of the house.
Recall that on October 3, 19-year-old Muhannad Shafiq al-Halabi in the old city of Jerusalem, near the Lion’s gate, seriously injured three people, a small child received minor injuries. Later two of the wounded, Nehemia Lavi and IDF soldier Aaron Bennett, died in the hospital.