Netanyahu: Security forces doing all they can to catch Duma arsonists

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September 7, 2015 15:24

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed his condolences to the Dawabshe family on Monday following the death of Riham Dawabshe who succumbed to her injuries from a July arson attack on her West Bank home.

Netanyahu said that security forces were doing all that they could to catch the perpetrators and bring them to justice.

Jewish extremists are suspected to be responsible for the attack that also claimed the lives of Riham's son Ali and her husband Sa'ed. Her other son Ahmed, also injured in the fire, is being treated in an Israeli hospital and is still in serious condition.

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