The Hamas terrorist group on Monday called on Arabs residing in Judea and Samaria to hold a "day of rage" against Israel this coming Friday, following the death of Riham Dawabshe, the mother of the infant killed in an arson attack on the Palestinian village of Duma in July.
Riham Dawabshe passed away on Sunday night at the Sheba Medical Center in Tel Hashomer, a day after it was reported she was in a state of clinical death.
"They burned our children, our wives and our Al-Aqsa Mosque," Hamas said in its call for a day of rage, which was distributed on social networks.
Riham Dawabshe suffered burns to 90 percent of her body in the arson that killed her son Ali, as well as her husband, Sa'ad.
Sa'ad Dawabshe passed away on August 8 while hospitalized at the Soroka Hospital in Be'er Sheva with burns on 80 percent of his body.
The Dawabshes’ older son, Ahmad, 4, was also injured in the attack, but has been improving since early August when he was disconnected from a ventilator.
Riham Dawabshe was brought to rest on Monday afternoon. Funeral participants carried PLO and Hamas flags as they marched alongside her body through the village in northern Samaria. Some chanted "Israel - terrorist state."
Dozens of Palestinian youths also threw rocks at security forces patrolling the area for fear of riots and public disturbances.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu expressed his condolences to the Dawabshe family over Riham's death. He added that security forces were doing their utmost to apprehend the assailants and bring them to justice.
Security authorities have pointed a finger at so-called “Jewish terrorists” or "right-wing extremists" as being responsible for the arson, but have so far been unable to prove any such individuals were connected with the attack.