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11. Heba

 

 

 

 

 

See 20 May 2003 story "In the Eye of the Storm: Eating at Heba's Home" by Ecumenical Accompanier Joel from USA.



After Heba Da'arma, a 19-year-old university student, blew herself up in Afula in May 2003, simultaneously committing both suicide and killing, three Israelis citizens, two Jews and one Arab, and injuring around 70 people, the Israeli army demolished her family's home in Tubas.

 

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On 19 May 2003, Heba Da'arma, a 19-year-old Palestinian university student, blew herself up in the town of Afula, simultaneously committing both suicide and murder. In addition to Heba, three Israeli citizens, two Jews and one Arab, were killed in the blast. Around 70 people had been injured, seven of them seriously. Her family's home in Tubas was subsequently destroyed by the Israeli army. According to Palestinian sources, 147 such homes have been demolished since the beginning of the current intifada. Heba's cousin outside the destroyed family home.

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On 19 May 2003, Heba Da'arma, a 19-year-old Palestinian university student, blew herself up in the town of Afula, simultaneously committing both suicide and murder. In addition to Heba, three Israelis citizens, two Jews and one Arab, were killed in the blast. Around 70 people had been injured, seven of them seriously. Her family's home in Tubas was subsequently destroyed by the Israeli army. According to Palestinian sources, 147 such homes have been demolished since the beginning of the current intifada.

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On 19 May 2003, Heba Da'arma, a 19-year-old Palestinian university student, blew herself up in the town of Afula, simultaneously committing both suicide and murder. In addition to Heba, three Israelis citizens, two Jews and one Arab, were killed in the blast. Around 70 people had been injured, seven of them seriously. Her family's home in Tubas was subsequently destroyed by the Israeli army. According to Palestinian sources, 147 such homes have been demolished since the beginning of the current intifada. Cardboard cutouts on the wall of the children's room, Heba's family home.

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On 19 May 2003, Heba Da'arma, a 19-year-old Palestinian university student, blew herself up in the town of Afula, simultaneously committing both suicide and murder. In addition to Heba, three Israelis citizens, two Jews and one Arab, were killed in the blast. Around 70 people had been injured, seven of them seriously. Her family's home in Tubas was subsequently destroyed by the Israeli army. According to Palestinian sources, 147 such homes have been demolished since the beginning of the current intifada. Destroyed hallway in Heba's family home, 23 May.

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On 19 May 2003, Heba Da'arma, a 19-year-old Palestinian university student, blew herself up in the town of Afula, simultaneously committing both suicide and murder. In addition to Heba, three Israelis citizens, two Jews and one Arab, were killed in the blast. Around 70 people had been injured, seven of them seriously. Her family's home in Tubas was subsequently destroyed by the Israeli army. According to Palestinian sources, 147 such homes have been demolished since the beginning of the current intifada. Hibiscus blossom outside Heba's family home on 20 May, before it was destroyed.

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On 19 May 2003, Heba Da'arma, a 19-year-old Palestinian university student, blew herself up in the town of Afula, simultaneously committing both suicide and murder. In addition to Heba, three Israelis citizens, two Jews and one Arab, were killed in the blast. Around 70 people had been injured, seven of them seriously. Her family's home in Tubas was subsequently destroyed by the Israeli army. According to Palestinian sources, 147 such homes have been demolished since the beginning of the current intifada. Hibiscus blossom outside Heba's family home on 24 May, after it was destroyed.

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On 19 May 2003, Heba Da'arma, a 19-year-old Palestinian university student, blew herself up in the town of Afula, simultaneously committing both suicide and murder. In addition to Heba, three Israelis citizens, two Jews and one Arab, were killed in the blast. Around 70 people had been injured, seven of them seriously. Her family's home in Tubas was subsequently destroyed by the Israeli army. According to Palestinian sources, 147 such homes have been demolished since the beginning of the current intifada. The photo shows the family home on 20 May, before it was destroyed.

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On 19 May 2003, Heba Da'arma, a 19-year-old Palestinian university student, blew herself up in the town of Afula, simultaneously committing both suicide and murder. In addition to Heba, three Israelis citizens, two Jews and one Arab, were killed in the blast. Around 70 people had been injured, seven of them seriously. Her family's home in Tubas was subsequently destroyed by the Israeli army. According to Palestinian sources, 147 such homes have been demolished since the beginning of the current intifada. The photo shows the family home on 24 May, after it was destroyed.

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On 19 May 2003, Heba Da'arma, a 19-year-old Palestinian university student, blew herself up in the town of Afula, simultaneously committing both suicide and murder. In addition to Heba, three Israelis citizens, two Jews and one Arab, were killed in the blast. Around 70 people had been injured, seven of them seriously. Her family's home in Tubas was subsequently destroyed by the Israeli army. According to Palestinian sources, 147 such homes have been demolished since the beginning of the current intifada. Toilet removed, Heba's family home.

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On 19 May 2003, Heba Da'arma, a 19-year-old Palestinian university student, blew herself up in the town of Afula, simultaneously committing both suicide and murder. In addition to Heba, three Israelis citizens, two Jews and one Arab, were killed in the blast. Around 70 people had been injured, seven of them seriously. Her family's home in Tubas was subsequently destroyed by the Israeli army. According to Palestinian sources, 147 such homes have been demolished since the beginning of the current intifada. View of destroyed home, 24 May.