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Mother of baby burnt by Israel settlers dies

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Days of Palestine, West Bank –Mother of Palestinian baby, burnt by Israel Jewish settlers to death five weeks ago, succumbed to death on Monday.

Reham Dawabsheh, who was critically wounded in the arson attack carried out by the extremist Israeli settlers five weeks ago on her home in the Palestinian village of Duma, died of her sever burns.

Her death brought the number of victims in the attack, which was exactly carried out by the settlers on July 31, to three –baby, father and mother.

Dawabsheh, 27, suffered from burns to 90 percent of her body and has been fighting for her life at the Israeli Tel HaShomer Medical Centre for over five weeks.
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Her baby son Ali Dawabsheh was burned to death and her husband Saed Dawabsheh, who suffered burns to 80 percent, fought for his life for a little over a week before he succumbed to his wounds.

Reham’s elder son, four-year-old Ahmad, is suffering from burns to 60 percent of his body and still in serious condition, but has shown positive signs when he woke up and communicated with his surroundings only a day before his father died.

Dawabshe worked as a high school teacher in the village of Kasra. On one of the walls in the high school still hangs a flier that was put up after the attack reading: “Our Teacher Reham Dewabshe — we are waiting for you.”