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Father of Palestinian Baby Killed in Arson Attack Also Dies | News | teleSUR English

8.9.15

Father of Palestinian Baby Killed in Arson Attack Also Dies | News | teleSUR English:

The father of the Palestinian 18-month-old boy killed in a savage arson attack by Israeli settlers in the occupied West Bank has also died from injuries sustained in the blaze.







Sa’ad Dawabsheh,
32, died early Saturday, in Soroka hospital where he had been receiving
treatment for second-degree burns, his brother told Al Jazeera.







The father of
Ali, who died as rescuers could not reach his room engulfed in flames,
leaves behind his wife, Riham and four-year-old son Ahmad, who remain in
a critical condition.






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