The IDF announced on Thursday that it will reconsider its decision not to demolish the home of Adiel Colman’s killer.

Colman, a father of four, was killed in March by Abd al-Rahman Bani Fadel. In September, the IDF said that it would not demolish Fadel’s home as it commonly does with terrorists because of a psychiatric illness the killer was allegedly suffering from.

The decision enraged the Coleman family, who argued that a terrorist who commits a stabbing attack knows how to weigh his steps in advance and is not mentally ill. The Colemans appealed the decision, eventually convinving the Central Command reopen the ruling and issue another demolition order for Fadel’s home.

Read more at Arutz Sheva.