Israeli troops demolished the home of a Palestinian terrorist who killed Ari Fuld, a U.S. and Israeli citizen, in the west Bank in September.
The home of the family of Khalil Jabarin, 16, was blown up Friday in the village of Yatta near Hebron, Ynet reported. The teenager, who is standing trial for murder in Israel, fatally stabbed Fuld in September.
Fuld was a high-tech entrepreneur and well-known activist for various causes, including pro-Israel advocacy and innovation.
Fuld’s brother, Hillel, is scheduled to honour his brother’s memory next month at a conference in Vienna celebrating Israeli innovation.
“Part of my travelling and speaking is about perpetuating Ari’s legacy,” tech blogger Hillel Fuld said of his attendance at the Startup Nation Meets Europe, a three-day-conference set up by the nonprofit 110HUB, which is due to begin on Feb. 7. “Ari impacted the world through technology,” Hillel Fuld added. “We can influence the global community with a computer.”
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