Four arrested in protest after Duma terrorist's appeal rejected

Four right-wing protesters were arrested during demonstrations in Jerusalem on Thursday, after an appeal by Amiram Ben-Uliel, the terrorist who committed the deadly Duma arson attack, was rejected by the High Court of Justice earlier in the day.

In 2015, 18-month-old Ali Dawabshe and his parents, Sa’ad and Riham, were killed after far-right Jewish terrorists torched their home.

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