THREE people survived the arson attack on a Birkby house.
But tragically, eight members of their family died when petrol bombs were hurled at the Osborne Road house in the early hours of a May morning in 2002.
The fire claimed the lives of Mrs Zaib-u-Nisi, her 18-year-old son Ateeq Rehman, her daughter Mrs Nafeesa Azeez and her five young grand-daughters - Tayyaba, Rabia, Ateeqa, Aneesa and Najeeba.
All were asleep in the house targeted by a firebomb gang, out to scare Ateeq.
Mr Abdul Aziz Chishti, his son Muhammad Shafique and daughter Siddiqah were injured but managed to escape.
All have now recovered from their physical injuries.
But they are still haunted by the memories of the attack.
Mr Shafique said: "We still have terrible memories of what happened.
"The house, which had been our home for years, has been repaired and renovated and we are now in the process of selling it.
"The memories are far too powerful for us to consider living there again but we hope it will make a good home for people, now that it has been rebuilt completely inside."
* Three men are serving life sentences for their part in the killings.