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Israeli activists visit Dawabsha family home

Two dozen peace activists visited the Palestinian village of Duma near the West Bank city of Nablus yesterday to offer their condolences after a child was killed in a terror attack Thursday night.

According to Combatants for Peace, the activists were the first Israelis welcomed to the village since the incident in which a year-old child was killed and family members injured when their home was torched.

“We thank you for allowing us the opportunity to come here and express our shame of these actions of terror and of these people that were generated by our society,” Maytal Lochoff, a member of the group, said. “We will continue to work together to bring the occupation to end.”

Combatants for Peace members visiting the home of the Dawabsha family, whose house was torched in a terrorist attack which claimed their year-old son's life. (Combatants for Peace)
Combatants for Peace members visiting the home of the Dawabsha family, whose house was torched in a terror attack that claimed their year-old son’s life. (Combatants for Peace)

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