Israeli girl injured in firebomb attack celebrates bat mitzvah
Ayala Shapira suffered third-degree burns over most of her body after Palestinian teens hurled Molotov cocktail at car last December
JERUSALEM — An Israeli girl who was seriously injured in a West Bank firebomb attack celebrated her bat mitzvah.
Ayala Shapira, 12, celebrated with her family and classmates on Thursday in the West Bank settlement of Maale Shomron, where her family lives in its El Matan outpost.
Ayala remains hospitalized as she undergoes additional surgeries and rehabilitation in the aftermath of December’s attack. She was released from the hospital for a week of bat mitzvah celebrations, which included a family visit to the Temple Mount.
Ayala suffered third-degree burns over most of her body and face when two Palestinian teens threw firebombs at a car driven by her father.
ENGLISH FOLLOWS THE HEBREWהשבוע תחגוג אילה את הגעתה לגיל 12, בת-מצוה. זו תהיה מסיבה משולבת עם מסיבת ההודיה על הצלתה…
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In January, the military prosecution submitted an indictment against the two Palestinian teens in connection with the attack.