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Video shows Jewish extremists celebrating Palestinian toddler's death

Video shows Jewish extremists celebrating Palestinian toddler's death

Doug Stanglin, USA TODAY

A video purportedly showing Jewish extremists at a wedding party cheering while stabbing the photo of a Palestinian toddler has triggered a firestorm of condemnation from Israeli politicians.

The 26-second video, broadcast Wednesday evening by Channel 10, shows men in white skullcaps and shirts dancing while holding knives and guns. One of the dancers stabs the photo of 18-month-old Ali Saad Dawabsha while others call for more murders.

Some revelers danced with rifles belonging to the Israeli military and in one case held a mock firebomb in the air.

Ali was killed along with his father, Sa'ad, 32, and Sa'ad's wife, Rehem, 27, when their home was firebombed in the West Bank village of Duma in July. The couple's 4-year-old son survived.

No one has been charged in the deaths, although several suspects have been taken into custody. Defense officials said they were convinced the killings were carried out by Jewish terrorists, The Jerusalem Post reported. Lawyers have alleged torture of suspects by the domestic security agency, Shin Bet.

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