Israeli police on Sunday sealed up the East Jerusalem home of a Palestinian who killed seven people and wounded three outside a synagogue.
The move comes as one of several punitive measures to revoke certain rights of attackers' relatives, approved by Benjamin Netanyahu's Cabinet overnight.
The security cabinet had announced steps late Saturday, including revoking the rights to social security of "the families of terrorists that support terrorism."
It also announced that the home of 21-year-old Khayri Alqam, who was shot dead by police following Friday's attack, "will be sealed immediately ahead of its demolition."
AFP news added that Israeli forces on Sunday were seen on the terrace of the building after they sealed its entrances, with Palestinians clearing out their belongings.
Dani Shenhar, head of the legal department at Israeli rights group HaMoked, said sealing the home demonstrated the government's will of revenge against the families.