Late Sunday night, IDF engineers and combat forces to protect them mapped out the Dura residence of Mamdou Amro. The house will be demolished in accordance with current policy regarding terrorist attacks that result in the deaths of Israelis.
The terrorist, 26, attempted to murder IDF reserve Capt. Eliav Gelman last week in a stabbing attack at the Gush Etzion junction.
Gelman lived with his pregnant wife and two children in the nearby Jewish community of Karmei Tzur. He was hit in the crossfire and critically injured as IDF soldiers were aiming at Amro to stop the attack.
The wounded officer was rushed to Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem but could not be saved.
The terrorist was also hit by gunfire and seriously injured. He was taken to hospital as well and treated in Jerusalem.
Iran said last week it will pay $30,000 to families of Arabs whose homes are demolished because they murdered Israelis — but it is not yet clear how and when the money will be paid.