“Palestinians are building a new home for the family of Ashraf Na'alwa, from the village of Shweiki near Tulkarem, after it was destroyed by the occupation forces,” said one resident of the village in a Facebook post.
Na'alwa, 23, shot dead Kim Levengrond Yehezkel and Ziv Hagbi at the Alon recycling factory in Barkan, a place considered a symbol of coexistence, in October, after he arrived for work equipped with an M-16 rifle. Na'alwa fled the scene and it was only in December that the IDF tracked him down to a house in the Askar refugee camp in Nablus, following an intensive months-long manhunt.
The social network exploded following the initial post, and called on the locals to also rebuild the house of the terrorist Omar Abu Lila—who carried out a deadly attack at the Ariel Junction—once it’s demolished by the IDF.
Kim Levengrond Yehezkel’s father, Rafi, criticized Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after hearing the news. "The Palestinians do what they want because they understand that they’re doing business with someone like Netanyahu, who rattles his tail, but does nothing,” he said. “They understand there will be no serious repercussions."
"This is a non-stop series of blunders, starting from the fact that it took the military 70 days to find the terrorist, to the eventual failure to fully demolish the house," he said. “The deterrence has eroded a long ago. The house and the money of the terrorist's family must be confiscated and transferred to the victims’ relatives. I intend to sue them in the International Court of Justice in the Hague.”