Palestinian Organizations Denounce Israeli Court Decision On 2015 Murder Case

14 May
1:27 PM

Several Palestinian organizations, including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates, denounced Israeli courtā€™s exoneration of a member of an extremist Jewish settler suspected of committing the murder of three members of the Palestinian Dawabsha family, in 2015.

The July 31, 2015 firebomb attack of the Dawabsha home in the occupied West Bank village of Douma, killed an 18-month-old Palestinian child and his parents in the fire, who were all burnt to death, while the older son survived the attack, suffering from severe burns.

The father Saad, 32, mother Reham, 27, and 18-month-old Ali were killed in the attack.

Wafa News Agency reported that in a plea bargain, the murder charges were dropped against the murder suspect, when he claimed that he was a minor at the time of the attack.

The Ministry asserted that the court was complicit in the cover up for the murderers, calling it a crime in itself, and proclaimed that this “encourages other colonists to carry on murdering innocent Palestinians.”

Calling on the International Criminal Court, the Foreign Ministry demanded an immediate investigation into Israeli crimes against Palestinian civilians, claiming the Israeli judicial system has failed to provide justice for Palestinians under occupation, and is only used against them.

The Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), the Palestinian Prisoners Commission and the Palestinian Prisoner Society, all strongly denounced the exoneration.

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December 2015: Douma Murder Suspects Released

December 2015: Israeli Legislator: ā€˜Firebombing of Dawabsha family ā€˜not an act of terrorā€™

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