Full documentation of the moments of the attack in the City of David in Jerusalem.
January 28, 2023 (according to Article 27A of the Copyright Law)
The home of the 13-year-old terrorist who carried out the attack in the City of David in Jerusalem will be sealed off - this is what the government decided today (Sunday).
According to sources who participated in the meeting, the legal advice to the government raised difficulties in making a sweeping decision and changing policy on the issue, since the terrorist injured and did not kill civilians, but did not object to individual approval for the sealing of the terrorist's home from Silwan.
The government will later hold an extensive discussion on the policy and establish criteria in matters of terrorists who have not committed murder.
However, due to the attack in the city of David, the government decided that in this case the house would be sealed.
The head of the Shin Bet was asked to prepare an opinion on the matter.
National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gabir said, "This is another important step in the range of measures we will take against terrorism, to strengthen governance and increase deterrence.
At the same time as the important proposals made today by the government to deny rights to terrorists and their families, it is important that we take operative and immediate steps, and changing the policy of sealing the house even for those who did not commit murder is one of them."
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His house will be sealed.
The 13-year-old terrorist who carried out the attack in the city of David (photo: Surfers' photos, documentation on social networks according to Section 27 A of the Copyright Law)
Last night Ben Gvir attacked Legal Adviser to the Government Gali Beharev-Miara and claimed that she was the one who delayed the sealing of the home of the terrorist who carried out the attack in the Neve Ya'akov neighborhood in Jerusalem, and prevented its sealing on Saturday morning.
The ombudsman, for her part, denied Ben Gabir's claims and said that action decisions by the political echelon should be supported by a factual basis that must be presented. In
the attack that occurred at noon on Saturday, a 22-year-old paratrooper IDF officer and his father, 47, were shot and seriously injured. The officer was on Saturday vacation, when he suddenly fell into for the attack.
The IDF stated that despite his severe injury, the officer shot and hit the terrorist. Only then did the officer go to a hospital for medical treatment.
The terrorist, a 13-year-old boy from Silwan, apparently took the weapon with which he carried out the attack from his home and boarded a bus towards the scene, where he was four behind a parked car waiting for Jewish passers-by.
At around 10:42 a.m. he opened fire on passers-by in the street.
Two of the group they shot at carried a licensed weapon, and neutralized it.
He leaves the scene fully conscious.
The gun he used was seized in the field by the police.
He is currently hospitalized in moderate condition.
Army and security
Itamar Ben Gabir