Palestinian medical sources have reported that seven Palestinian civilians have been killed, and at least 25 have been injured, after the Israeli Air Force fired a missile into a Palestinian home, in Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip. Army missiles have killed eleven Palestinians, Tuesday.So far, five of the slain Palestinians have been identified as Mohammad ‘Ashour, 13, Hussein Kaware’, 14, Riyadh Kaware’, 50, in addition to Bakr and Ammar Joudah, 22.
The sources said the dozens of Palestinians gathered in, around and on top of a home that belongs to members of Kawareâ family, after the family received call from the Israeli army informing them the air force intends fire missiles into their home.
Following the call, dozens of residents gathered there, clearly visible from the air and the ground, in a move meant to send a message to the army not to bombard the civilian property, and the people.
Despite the clearly visible presence of dozens of civilians, the Israeli pilot went ahead and fired missile into the property, turning it into rubble, killing seven civilians, and wounding at least 25.
In an earlier attack, the army fired a missile into a civilian car, in the center of Gaza city, killing three Palestinians identified as Mohammad Shaâban, 24, Amjad Shaâban, 30, and Khader Abu Jabal. All are from Jabalia, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.
Also on Tuesday, a Palestinian identified as Rashad Yassin, was killed when the army fired missiles into the Nusseirat refugee camp, in central Gaza. http://www.imemc.org/article/68390
Israel launches massive offensive in Gaza: âOperation Protective Edgeâ
Four More Palestinians Killed In Recent Israeli Bombardment
Tue, 08 Jul 2014 15:01:27
Palestinian medical sources have reported that four Palestinians have been killed when the Israeli Air Force fired a missile into a car, in the center of Gaza city.
Spokesperson of the Ministry of Health in Gaza, Dr. Ashraf Al-Qodra, confirmed four were killed in the latest Israeli bombardment.
The four are believed to be resistance fighters who have killed in a targeted killing attack that came after the army shelled dozens of civilian homes and structures.
Dr. al-Qodra said at least fifty Palestinians, including many children, have been injured in the ongoing escalation.
Earlier on Tuesday, one Palestinian was killed, and around thirty Palestinians, including women and children, have been injured, some seriously. http://www.imemc.org/article/68390