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Israeli criminal who burnt Palestinian family to death released from prison

Burning father, mother and 18-month-old baby by an Israeli criminal does not deserve more than a house arrest in Israel.

Jul 12 2018

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The Israeli District Court in Lod ordered Israeli police on Thursday morning to release Israeli settler criminal who burnt Palestinian family to death in Nablus in 2015.

An Israeli settler criminal set fire in the house of Dawabsheh family in the Palestinian village of Duma in 2015, killing the parents and an 18-month-old baby.

The fire left only one kid with sever burns that made his life difficult.

The Israeli Jewish criminal has been under arrest for more than two years. He will be released and placed under full house arrest.

Last month, Israeli authorities released an Israeli soldier who shot dead a motionless Palestinian in the West Bank city of Al-Khalil after spending only 18 months in prison.

Israel does not see killing Palestinians by Israeli criminals an issue, but throwing a stone by a Palestinian towards an Israeli soldier in an armoured military vehicle a crime that deserves 20 years in prison, and a Palestinian who accidently runs over an Israeli criminal deserves to spend his life in prison.

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