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World Israeli gets 3 life terms for killing Palestinian family

19:21  19 september  2020
19:21  19 september  2020 Source:   msn.com

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An Israeli court handed a Jewish settler three life sentences Monday for murdering a Palestinian toddler and his parents in a "hate crime" arson Amiram Ben-Uliel, 25, was sentenced by the court in the town of Lod following his conviction in May for the 2015 killings that stirred international disgust

Court gives Jewish settler three life sentences for murdering a Palestinian toddler and his parents in an arson attack.

a person wearing a hat: Amiram Ben-Uliel, a Jewish settler, appearing in court in the central Israeli city of Lod in May © Avshalom SASSONI Amiram Ben-Uliel, a Jewish settler, appearing in court in the central Israeli city of Lod in May

An Israeli court handed a Jewish settler three life sentences Monday for murdering a Palestinian toddler and his parents in a "hate crime" arson attack on their West Bank home.

a group of people looking at a phone: Amiram Ben-Uliel, a Jewish extremist convicted of the Duma arson murders, speaks to his wife from behind a glass pane during a hearing in June © MENAHEM KAHANA Amiram Ben-Uliel, a Jewish extremist convicted of the Duma arson murders, speaks to his wife from behind a glass pane during a hearing in June

Amiram Ben-Uliel, 25, was sentenced by the court in the town of Lod following his conviction in May for the 2015 killings that stirred international disgust and charges of Israeli laxism.

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An Israeli man found guilty of carrying out a deadly 2015 firebombing that killed an 18-month-old Palestinian boy and his parents was sentenced on Monday Apart from the life sentences, Ben Uliel also got 20 additional years behind bars for injuring Ahmed and for firebombing a second, empty home.

Ahmed Dawabsha, the survivor of the arson attack that killed his parents and 18-month-old brother, sits in his grandparents' home in the Israeli occupied West Bank village of Duma © JAAFAR ASHTIYEH Ahmed Dawabsha, the survivor of the arson attack that killed his parents and 18-month-old brother, sits in his grandparents' home in the Israeli occupied West Bank village of Duma

He was also found guilty of two counts each of attempted murder and arson, along with conspiracy to commit a hate crime.

Ben-Uliel threw a firebomb through a window of the Dawabsha family home while they slept in the village of Duma on the occupied West Bank.

Ahmed Dawabsha, who was four at the time, was severely burned in the attack, which killed his 18-month-old brother Ali, his mother Riham and father Saed.

The murders shone a spotlight on Jewish extremism and sparked accusations that Israel had not done enough to prevent such violence.

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Five years after the attack that killed three Palestinians , Amiram Ben-Uliel is given a life sentence for each of the lives that he took. Israeli handed 3 life sentences for killing Palestinian family .

Five years after the attack that killed three Palestinians , Amiram Ben-Uliel is given a life sentence for each of the lives that he took. Israeli handed 3 life sentences for killing Palestinian family .

The court said the murders were "carefully planned and driven by an extremist ideology and racism".

Ben-Uliel wanted to kill the family "solely because they were Arabs living in Duma, deciding that their death would avenge that of Malachi Rosenfeld", the court said in a statement.

Rosenfeld was an Israeli shot dead a month earlier by a Palestinian near the West Bank settlement of Shilo.

Ben-Uliel will spend a minimum of 15 years behind bars with the sentence backdated to his arrest in 2015.

The court also ordered him to pay nearly one million shekels ($290,000) in compensation.

Ben-Uliel refused to testify at his trial and his lawyer sought to disqualify the confession and other prosecution evidence, which he said Shin Bet security service interrogators had extracted by force.

The toddler's grandfather, in court for the sentencing, told journalists that the ruling brought him "no joy".

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An Israeli military court on Tuesday handed three life sentences to a Palestinian militant convicted of "As a result of his actions, the accused is sentenced to three life terms . He will be removed from In addition he will pay compensation of 250,000 shekels to each of the families of the youths."

Five years after the attack that killed three Palestinians , Amiram Ben-Uliel is given a life sentence for each of the lives that he took. Israeli handed 3 life sentences for killing Palestinian family .

It will "not bring back my family", said Hussein Dawabsha.

In the wake of the attack, Palestinians accused Israel of supporting Jewish extremism, although Israeli leaders were unanimous in condemning "Jewish terrorism".

Ben-Uliel's legal team and his wife Oriane Ben-Uliel said they would appeal the court's decision.

"The judges were not looking for justice but wanted to convict my husband at any cost, despite the evidence of his innocence, which we presented in court," she said in a statement.

In May 2019, another Israeli accepted a plea bargain over his role in the attack, confessing to a racially motivated conspiracy to commit a crime and vandalism.

The youth had admitted to staking out Duma ahead of the attack with Ben-Uliel, but was said not to have participated in it.

He has not been named, as he was 17 at the time of the killings and tried as a minor. The young man is to be sentenced Wednesday.

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