Palestinian sources reported on Monday afternoon that one resident died of wounds suffered ten days ago during an Israeli military shelling to Al Maghazi refugee camp. Two residents were reportedly killed in an Israeli shelling to an area near the Kissufim Israeli crossing, east of Dir Al Balah, in the central Gaza Strip.
Palestinian medical sources reported that soldiers informed the Palestinian side that the bodies of the two residents killed by Israeli military fire are located near the Kissufim Crossing, east of Dir Al Balah. An ambulance crew headed to the area to retrieve the bodies, but was unable to locate them.
So far, Palestinian hospitals did not confirm the incident since no bodies were located until the time of this report, especially since medical teams are searching the area under dangerous conditions due to the continuous Israeli shelling.
Also, medical sources reported that one resident died of wounds sustained during an Israeli military invasion into Al Maghazi refugee camp, in the central Gaza Strip,.
The sources added that Yousef Sa’dy Al Maghari, 20, died of wounds suffered 10 days ago during an Israeli military shelling to Al Maghazi refugee camp, in the central Gaza Strip; several residents were injured in the attack.
Al Maghari was first transferred to a local hospital in Gaza, and then was transferred to a Ekholov hospital, in Israel, were he was pronounced dead on Monday.
In a separate incident, the armed wing of the Islamic Jihad claimed responsibility for firing homemade shells into the Israeli Negev town of Sderot. The brigades said that the shelling comes in retaliation to the continuous Israeli assaults against the Palestinian people.