Cousin of Palestinians victim to Duma arson stuck in Tel Aviv collapse debris

September 6, 2016 14:53


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Muhammad Dawabsheh, a cousin of the Dawabsheh family that was firebombed in Duma in July 2015, is among those trapped in the rubble of a construction site that collapsed in Tel Aviv on Monday.

The relative of the Palestinian family that lost three members in the arson attack, was apparently stuck on the fourth floor of a parking lot that caved-in on Monday in the Ramay Hachayal neighborhood.

"We've been waiting to hear something about him since yesterday, but I believe God can do great things," Rafat Dawabsheh a cousin of Muhammed told The Jerusalem Post.

According to Rafat, Muhammed is married with two kids. "We're praying for an answer," he stated.

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