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Home of key witness in deadly West Bank arson burnt down — RT News


Home of key witness in deadly West Bank arson burnt down — RT News: A fire struck the West Bank home of a key witness to last year’s arson attack by Jewish extremists that killed a Palestinian family, including a toddler.

Locals said the house in the village of Duma, in the West Bank, only dozens of meters away from the murdered family’s home, was set on fire by unknown attackers on Saturday evening. They added that Molotov cocktails had been used to start the blaze, AFP reports.

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The owner of the house is Ibrahim Dawabsha, a relative of the family killed last year and a key witness in the case. He and his wife were in the building at the time the fire erupted, but both have survived, police and resident say. They have reportedly been transferred to a hospital in Nablus to receive medical treatment for smoke inhalation and were said to be in shock.

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