Mondoweiss, August 6, 2015


While a man hunt is underway to apprehend the Israeli killers of 18-month old Ali Dawabshe, the Palestinian baby burned to death in a settler arson attack last Friday, for the past two nights more than one hundred Israeli soldiers and Shin Beit security officials have raided the homes of the Dawabshe family in the West Bank village of Duma near Nablus.

IMEMC, September 03, 2015

Israeli forces took into custody, on Tuesday, the parents of Mohammad al-Tamimi, the Palestinian boy who was beaten by a masked Israeli soldier in Al-Nabi Saleh Village on Friday. The pictures of the boy went viral on internet.

All members of Al-Tamimi family, including parents, daughter and two sons. The two sons are in cast, one of them because of an assault by an Israeli settler.

“The Israeli army arrested Basil and his wife, Nariman, as they tried to cross an Israel military checkpoint at the entrance of Al-Nabi Saleh Village north of Ramallah,” Bassam al-Tamimi, a relative, said.

Haaretz, Jul. 30, 2015

Young settlers confront Border Police at Beit El, July 29, 2015. (Reuters)


[...] The Dreinoff homes bore no religious significance. They had no strategic value. They were built without permits, for profit and profit alone, in a manner so illegal that even the State of Israel – which turns a blind eye to legal abuses in the West Bank on a daily basis – acknowledged their illegality.

Si tratta del terzo decesso nel rogo del 31 luglio scorso, quando un gruppo di coloni lanciò bottiglie incendiare nella casa dei Dawabsheh bruciando vivo il piccolo Ali di 18 mesi. Una settimana dopo era deceduto il padre Saad. E i colpevoli sono ancora a piede libero


Roma, 7 settembre 2015, Nena News - Non ce l’ha fatta Riham Dawabsheh, 27 anni appena compiuti, a sopravvivere oltre. Con ustioni di terzo grado su oltre 90 per cento del corpo, è morta subito dopo la mezzanotte dopo quaranta giorni di agonia. Lo riferiscono i media arabi, citando i familiari della vittima.

Haaretz, Aug. 3, 2015

 PA forces in Jenin


The exceptional presence of the Palestinian security troops, just a few hours after the fatal arson, made the absence of any protection only 10 hours earlier stand out. Their brief appearance highlighted the ease with which the murderers didn’t suffice with a house on the margins of the village; they dared enter the neighborhood.