A Palestinian man inspects the damage to the torched house of Ibrahim Dawabsheh, the main witness in the July arson attack, in the West Bank village of Duma near Nablus March 20, 2016. REUTERS/Abed Omar Qusini
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Fire Sunday engulfed the home of a key witness to an arson attack by Israeli extremists that killed a Palestinian family last year, but he survived the blaze, police and residents said.The home of Ibrahim Dawabsha is located in Duma in the occupied West Bank, the same village where a July firebombing killed an 18-month-old Palestinian boy and his parents.Israeli authorities were investigating the cause of the fire at the second-floor home, though residents said they believed it was started by Molotov cocktails and Palestinian officials reacted angrily to what they viewed as another extremist attack.The July 31 attack on a family home in the village killed 18-month-old Ali Saad Dawabsha and fatally wounded his parents.
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