Israel to demolish Palestinian stabber's home in West Bank
Kolman succumbed to his wounds a few hours later in a Jerusalem's hospital.
Kolman, 32, was a resident of the West Bank settlement of Kokhav Hashahar and a father of four children.
"In addition, the terrorist's family members were questioned," the statement added.
The incident came two days after a car-ramming attack by a Palestinian man near Jenin in the northern West Bank, where the army said two Israeli soldiers were killed and two others injured.
"Following the stabbing attack yesterday in Jerusalem, troops surveyed the terrorist's house in Aqraba before demolition," the spokesperson said in a statement.
JERUSALEM, March 19 (Xinhua) -- Israeli forces were prepared to demolish the home of a Palestinian in West Bank who killed an Israeli man in East Jerusalem before being shot dead, a military spokesperson said Monday.
On Sunday afternoon, 28-year-old Abdul Rahmani Faddal stabbed Adiel Kolman in East Jerusalem's Old City before he was shot dead by police officers.