Days of Palestine, West Bank -Israeli settlers burnt on Sunday night a house owned by relatives of Dawabsha family, who were murdered in an arson attack in July last year.
The house is also located in the village of Duma in the outskirts of the occupied West Bank city of Nbalus. It is owned by Ibrahim Dawabsha, who is a key eyewitness of the murder of his relatives.
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Ibrahim Dawabsha and his wife were sleeping when the extremist Israeli settlers burnt the house. They were evacuated to a Palestinian hospital suffering from smoke inhalation.
Days of Palestine reporter said that the house with all the furniture inside was completely burnt and the couple “miraculously” survived death.
Currently, Ibrahim is testifying in the trial of two extremist Jewish settlers, inclduign Amiram Ben-Uliel, 21.
It is worth mentioning that Saad Dawabsha, his wife Riham and their infant Ali were murdered in an arson attack, carried out by extremist Israeli settlers, targeted their house at night.
In the wake of the attack, Palestinians took to the streets, protesting against the continuous protection of the extremist Israeli settlers, who target Palestinians and their properties.
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The Israeli occupation forces violently cracked down on the protests. Tens of the protestors were reported wounded and admitted to hospitals.