The families of three women shot dead by terrorists say people can “sleep safer in their beds tonight” after the suspects are killed.
Lucy Dee, 48, and daughters Maia, 20, and Rina, 15, murdered in Israeli last month.
They were heading to the Sea of Galilee for a holiday when their car was sprayed with bullets by the suspects. Palestinian terrorists.
The sisters, who shared Anglo-Israeli citizenship, were killed in the attack and Lucy later died in hospital.
Yesterday it was announced that Israeli army killed my father Hamas warrior want to pass the attack.
Widow Rabbi Leo Dee “It is with great comfort to us that they have been captured and destroyed and that everyone in the Western world can sleep safer in their beds tonight,” said.
“The Israeli military has done a very kind act by taking down two guys who could theoretically bomb New York, London, Paris, Tel Aviv and kill even more innocent civilians.”
Rabbi Dee has previously said that he does not hold any grudges towards the killers of his wife and daughter, adding: “Israeli security forces will do what they normally do, which is to track them down. and bring them to justice.”
Anti-Terrorist Forces Enter West Bank City Nablus before storming into the gunmen’s apartment at dawn.
The Times of Israel reported that the team that surrounded the hideout then used man-portable missile drones to destroy the men.
The two warriors identified as Hassan Katnani and Maed Mitsri.
The third man, a senior agent believed to be in the group, was named Ibrahim Hura.
A civilian bystander, Ziad Shuviri, is believed to have been killed during the operation.
Crowds were then seen carrying one of the dead across the city for the funeral.