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Ahmad Dawabsheh back to hospital.

Nablus /PNN/

The Palestinian child Ahmad Dawabsheh who survived the Israeli arson attack carried out by Jewish fanatic settlers against his entire family a year ago in Doma village near Nablus returned back to hospital after worsening of his health condition.

Naser Dawabsheh, the child's uncle, told Watan news agency that Ahmad was transferred Thursday to Tel Hashomer Hospital for usual follow up, but it was discovered that he has infections in the intestines which need to be treated.

Dawabsheh revealed that his nephew suffers from dryness in addition to the infection saying that he will stay at hospital for at least five days in order to conduct medical examinations to figure out causes of the infection.

Two weeks ago, the child Ahmad Dawabsheh left hospital and went back home in Doma after finishing the second phase of his treatment.

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Publication:Palestine News Network (West Bank, Palestine)
Date:Aug 12, 2016
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