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A PALESTINIAN boy looks at the damage at the Dawabsha family’s home in the West Bank village of Duma

Villagers fear reprisal after settler is found guilty of murder

Residents of Duma are worried that extremist settlers would seek to retaliate against the conviction of Ben-Uliel by attacking the village again.

Amiram Ben Uliel, the suspect in the Duma arson murder in July 2015 where three members of the Dawab

Jewish terrorist convicted in 2015 Duma attack

The arson attack on the Palestinian Dawabshe family home killed 18-month-old Ali and his parents, Sa’ad and Riham.

A molotov cocktail hit a Border Patrol vehicle near the exit of the Yitzhar settlement.

Netanyahu condemns firebombing of Border Police jeep by Jewish extremists

Forces from both Border Control and the IDF scanned the area shortly afterwards in search of the culprits.

A girl looks at the damage inside the house of Palestinian Dawabsheh family in Duma, 2018

Teen in Duma case convicted of being a member of a terrorist org.

The teenager had already signed a plea deal and admitted to multiple charges, but this charge was debated and placed before a court to make a final decision.

Protesters demonstrate at the entrance to Rehelim against Jewish youths from the nearby Pri Ha’aretz

State appeals decision to release Israeli accused of murdering Palestinia

Earlier Tuesday, the Lod District Court surprised the state when it issued a decision to release the minor, whose identity is under a gag order.

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31/01/2019

Steinitz dismisses settler violence: 'I would not call it Jewish terror'

"Let's not forget the overall situation. Every day there are such incidents on the Palestinian side."

A BORDER policeman drags a settler youth along the ground by his sidelocks yesterday during the demo

Where is the National-Religious outrage about Jewish terror?

The idea of Jewish terrorism should be shocking and unthinkable, and yet when such incidents occur condemnation from community leaders, especially rabbis, has been scant.

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By JPOST.COM STAFF
24/01/2019
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