New developments in Kfar Duma case

Sunday, March 20, 2016, 13:13 Shmuel (Zangi) Meidad, the director of Honenu is of the opinion that the investigation into the recent fires in Kfar Duma has not been carried out thoroughly, but rather with the intent to find Jewish culprits. See Mordechai Meyer released and Meir Ettinger for more details. After the police placed a gag order on the details of the most recent fire in Kfar Duma (March 19, Saturday night), an incident which raises doubts about the arson incident of July 2015 which killed three members of the Dawabsheh family, Meidad said that, “The series of fires in Kfar Duma over the past few months raises many questions.” “It is very odd that the fires have been occurring repeatedly in the same area of the town, in close proximity to the same family and according to the reports of the incidents, by the same method,” said Meidad. Meidad continued: “These incidents have not been investigated and have not been thoroughly and independently examined. We have seen that in the case of Khaled Al-Mughrabi, the sheikh who, in the sermons that he gave on the Temple Mount, incited to injure Jews, an investigation was not opened and he was not detained until after Honenu filed a complaint. The same is true for the members of the Ta’ayush organization, Ezra Nawi and members of “Breaking the Silence”, to whom the system has turned a blind eye. And therefore it seems that the considerations of the investigation are not always to the point. “The investigation of one fire out of many in Kfar Duma has been carried out, but only Jews have been targeted as possible suspects, and they have been subjected to merciless torture, which does not yield credible results, but rather results which do not correspond to testimonies given by residents of the town and evidence found at the site. “Most of the story has yet to be revealed in the Kfar Duma case, and we hope that the truth about the incidents of arson and the conduct of the investigating authorities will be revealed to the public.”

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