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Nablus, ALRAY - The deaf child Bashar al-Ghazal (8 years), from the town of Beit Furik, north of Nablus, survived an attempted of execution by Israeli extremist settlers.


According to local sources the Palestinian police received al-Ghazal from the occupation army on Wednesday late, after his disappearance in the previous morning.


The sources explained that the child was found captive in the settlement of Itamar, west of Beit Fourik.  He was subjected to torture and burns caused by pouring plastic materials on his body.


It is noteworthy that the child al-Ghazal is orphan and suffers from inability in speaking.


This recalls the kidnapping and execution incident of the child Mohammed Abu Khudair in Jerusalem three years ago, when Israeli extremist settlers poured oil and set fire on him.