ادانة شاب يهودي بالعضوية في تنظيم ارهابي ارتكب جريمة قتل 3 افراد من عائلة دوابشة في بلدة دوما

أدانت المحكمة المركزية في اللد اليوم شابا يهوديا بالعضوية في تنظيم إرهابي له ضلع في الاعتداء في قرية دوما عام 2015، عندما كان هذا الشاب قاصرا .


وتستمر محاكمة المتهم بارتكاب الاعتداء الإرهابي الذي أوقع ثلاثة ضحايا من عائلة دوابشة في القرية .

وقد تمت الادانة في اطار صفقة مرافعة مع وكلاء المتهم اعترف بموجبها بالتآمر لاضرام النار في منزل عائلة دوابشة بدافع العنصرية وبالضلوع في جرائم اخرى بداقع الكراهية .

النيابة ستطلب من المحكمة ازال عقوبة اقصاها السجن الفعلي لمدة خمس سنوات ونصف السنة

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وبموجب الصفقة وافقت النيابة العامة على عدم طلب المحكمة بانزال عقوبة بحق القاصر تفوق خمس سنوات ونصف السنة اما بالنسبة لادانته بالعضوية في تنظيم ارهابي فلم يتم الاتفاق بين النيابة والدافاع عن العقوبة وعليه فان المحكمة تستطيع انزال عقوبة اضافية بحق المدان في هذه القضية .


واعرب ذوو عائلة دوابشة الذين حضروا جلسة المحكمة عن املهم في ان تقوم المحكمة بانزال عقوبة عادلة بحق المدانين وان يدفع المدانون في هذه القضية ثمن فعلتهم .

ويشار الى ان لائحة الاتهام الاصلية لم تنسب الى القاصر تهمة الضلوع في قتل ابناء عائلة دوابشة الثلاثة بل تهمة التآمر مع المتهم الرئيسي في القضية .


ويذكر ان المحكمة المركزية في اللد كانت قد ردت اعتراف القاصر بالتهم المنسوبة اليه علما بانه قد انتزع عنه بعد استخدام محققي الشاباك العنف في التحقيق معه .


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A man shows a picture of 18-month-old Palestinian toddler Ali Saad Dawabsha who died when his family house was set on fire by Jewish settlers in the West Bank village of Duma on July 31, 2015. The Palestinian toddler was burned to death and four family members injured in the arson attack on two homes in the occupied West Bank. AFP PHOTO / JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP PHOTO / JAAFAR ASHTIYEH
Palestinians look at the damage as they stand in a house set on fire by Jewish settlers and where 18-month-old Palestinian toddler Ali Saad Dawabsha died on July 31, 2015, in the West Bank village of Duma. The Palestinian toddler was burned to death and four family members injured in the arson attack on two homes in the occupied West Bank. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS COEX / AFP PHOTO / THOMAS COEX
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Palestinian women look at the damage at the Dawabsha family’s home in the West Bank village of Duma on August 4, 2015, after it was set on fire by suspected Jewish extremists on July 31, 2015, killing 18-month-old Ali Saad Dawabsha and critically injuring his parents and four-year-old brother. The firebombing of the family’s home in the occupied West Bank that killed the Palestinian infant sparked an international outcry over Israel’s failure to curb violence by hardline Jewish settlers. AFP PHOTO / MENAHEM KAHANA / AFP PHOTO / MENAHEM KAHANA
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Palestinian Mohammed Dawabsha stands on August 4, 2015 in the house of Ali Dawabsha, that was set on fire by suspected Jewish extremists on July 31, 2015 killing a 18-month-old Palestinian boy and critically injuring other family members, in the the West Bank village of Duma. In a West Bank hill village where an 18-month-old Palestinian child burned to death last week in a firebombing by suspected Jewish settlers, the boy’s uncle fears for his own children’s safety. AFP PHOTO / JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP PHOTO / JAAFAR ASHTIYEH
Four year-old Ahmed Dawabsha receives a visit from his maternal grandfather,Hussein, at the Tel Hashomer hospital on December 5, 2015, in Ramat Gan near the coastal Israeli city of Tel Aviv, where he is being treated for burns after his family house was firebombed by Jewish extremists on July 31, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank village of Duma. Israel’s Shin Bet domestic security service said on December 3, that it was holding several young men “suspected of belonging to a Jewish terror organisation and carrying out terror attacks”, including the torching of the Dawabsha family’s house, where Ahmed’s parents and his toddler brother were killed. AFP PHOTO / AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP PHOTO / AHMAD GHARABLI
Five-year-old Ahmed Dawabsha, a Palestinian boy who survived a firebombing by Jewish extremists targeting his family home that killed his parents and brother, celebrates with friends and relatives his return to his home-village of Duma after a visit to Spain to meet players from Real Madrid on March 22, 2016.
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A relative of five-year-old Ahmed Dawabsha, a Palestinian boy who survived a firebombing by Jewish extremists targeting his family home that killed his parents and brother, shows on March 22, 2016 a picture of Ahmed taken in his recent visit to Spain to meet Real Madrid players, during a welcome ceremony in his home-village of Duma in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.
Ahmed his uncle and his grandparents returned from Spain where they met the players of the Spanish football team.
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Five-year-old Ahmed Dawabsha (R), a Palestinian boy who survived a firebombing by Jewish extremists targeting his family home that killed his parents and brother, is hugged by a relative upon his return to his home-village of Duma after a visit to Spain to meet players from Real Madrid on March 22, 2016.
Ahmed his uncle and his grandparents returned from Spain where they met the players of the Spanish football team.
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Hussein Dawabsha (C), grandfather of a Palestinian toddler who was burnt to death with his parents at their family home, speaks to the press outside the court during the trial of the two Jewish men suspected of carrying out the attack, on June 19, 2018 at a court in the town of Lod.
An Israeli court has struck down some of the confessions of two Jewish suspects in the arson attack that killed the Palestinian family, ruling that interrogators obtained them by duress. / AFP PHOTO / AHMAD GHARABLI

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