The home of the key-witness to the Duma arson attack, Ibrahim Dawabsheh, on Sunday overnight was set on fire by unidentified persons.
Ghassan Daghlas, a Palestinian Authority official who monitors settlement activities in the northern West Bank, said that unidentified attackers threw Molotov cocktails at the house of Ibrahim Dawabsha at 2 a.m. and broke a window while he and his family were sleeping.
Ibrahim and his wife were moved to the Rafidia hospital for treatment, after they suffocated on the gases burning bottles were thrown into the house at about.
Ibrahim is a keywitness to the Duma arson attack that took place on 31 July 2015, and killed an 18-month-old baby, Ali Dawabsheh, and both his parents.
The only survivor of the arson attack is five year old Ahmad Dawabsheh, who has sustained burns on 80% of his body.
The Israeli settlers who burned the Dawabsheh family were indicted at the beginning of January, and were affilliated to the Pay The Price terrorist organization.
The main suspect was Amiram Ben-Uliel, a 21-year-old West Bank settler, in addition to Yinon Reuveni, 20, and two more minors were charged as an accessory.