Young Duma Arson Victim Meets Soccer Star Idol Ronaldo in Madrid

Ahmed Dawabsheh, who is now 5, is the sole survivor of the firebombing of their home in their West Bank Palestinian village, which killed his parents and younger brother.

Members of the Real Madrid soccer team meeting with 5-year-old arson victim Ahmed Dawabsheh.

Ahmad Dawabsheh, the young Palestinian boy who is the sole survivor of a fireboming of his home in the West Bank village of Duma last summer, realized a dream on Thursday in Spain when he met with members of the Real Madrid soccer team, including team star Cristiano Ronaldo, 

The team hosted the boy after receiving a request from the Palestinian embassy in the Spanish capital. Nasser Dawabsheh, Ahmad's uncle, said the boy adores Ronaldo.

Ahmed Dawabsheh's parents and 18-month-old brother, Ali, were killed in the attack on their home in which  Ahmed himself was severely burned. The arson was condemned across the Israeli political spectrum, 

Amiram Ben-Uliel, a 21-year-old from Jerusalem, was charged with three counts of murder-as well as attempted murder for the unsuccessful attempt to set another house on fire. An accessory to murder charge was filed against a minor who is suspected of participating in the incident, while two others were charged with violence against Palestinians.