Family Suffocates After Israeli Fanatics Hurled Gas Bombs Into Their Home
December 22, 2015
A group of fanatic Israeli colonizers hurled, on Tuesday at dawn, several gas bombs into a Palestinian home, in Beitello village, west of the central West Bank city of Ramallah, causing the family to suffocate.
The Israeli assailants broke the glass of a window, and threw the gas bombs inside the property, as the family slept, causing them, including an infant, to suffer severe effects of tear gas inhalation.
The fanatics also wrote racist graffiti on the exterior walls of the Palestinian property, including “revenge,” and “greetings from Zion,” referring to the Israeli terrorists who burnt the Dawabsha family to death, in Douma village, south of the northern West Bank district of Nablus.
Israeli soldiers and police officers arrived at the scene, photographed the attacked home, and the racist graffiti, and prevented the Palestinians from reaching the property.
The terrorist attack that targeted the Dawabsha family led to the immediate death of Ali Dawabsha (18-months), while the father, Sa'ad, succumbed to wounds a week after, and the mother, Reham died one month later. Only Ahmad Dawabsha (4) survived the attack, and is still recovering from severe burns.