Palestinians commemorate on Saturday, October 1, the seventh anniversary of Jerusalem uprising that took place in 2015 when Israeli settlers burnt alive a Palestinian family in the occupied city of Nablus.
Israeli settlers invaded secretly Dawabshs’s house at night with flammable materials and burnt a husband, a wife, and their 2 years old baby who passed away later on.
The uprising then sparked further anger and confrontations across the occupied West Bank for weeks ahead.
“Today, we remember the brutal crime against Dawabsha’s family to emphasize on the importance of resistance against Israeli Occupation, ‘said a Palestinian official.
Israeli occupation has been committing all sorts of oppressions against Palestinians in every possible way over the past decade.