Surrounded by her relatives the body of the 18 month old baby Ali Saad-Dawabsheh is laid out on July 31, 2015 in the Palestinian village of Duma, West Bank. A house fire in the Palestinian village of Duma, West Bank, suspected to have been set by Jewish extremists, killed an 18-month-old Palestinian child, injuring both the parents and four-year-old son.
Surrounded by her relatives the body of the 18 month old baby Ali Saad-Dawabsheh is laid out on July 31, 2015 in the Palestinian village of Duma, West Bank. A house fire in the Palestinian village of Duma, West Bank, suspected to have been set by Jewish extremists, killed an 18-month-old Palestinian child, injuring both the parents and four-year-old son. Oren Ziv Getty Images
Surrounded by her relatives the body of the 18 month old baby Ali Saad-Dawabsheh is laid out on July 31, 2015 in the Palestinian village of Duma, West Bank. A house fire in the Palestinian village of Duma, West Bank, suspected to have been set by Jewish extremists, killed an 18-month-old Palestinian child, injuring both the parents and four-year-old son. Oren Ziv Getty Images

Palestinian tot killed in suspected militant Jewish settler attack

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