Palestinian medical sources in Beit Hanoun, in the northern part of the
Gaza Strip, reported that one child died after an explosive left by the
army detonated near him. Also, one resident died by Israeli military
fire in Rafah, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.

Dr. Moawiya Hassanen, head of the Emergency Unit at the Palestinian Ministry of Health, reported that Mohammad Khaled Al Za'aneen, 15, died after an explosive left by the army during a recent invasion went off near him. His brother Bilal, 13, was seriously injured.

In a separate incident, one youth from Rafah, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, was shot and killed by Israeli military fire Monday at noon.

A medical source at Abu Yousef Al Najjar Hospital told the Palestinian News Agency, WAFA, that resident Salama Thabit Abu Adwan, 21, was injured by a round of live ammunition that penetrated his back and was centered in his chest causing instant death.

Local sources reported that Adwan was injured after soldiers stationed around the Gaza International Airport, east of Rafah, opened fire at dozens of houses in Al Shouka area, damage to the houses was reported.

Moreover, one woman identified as Alia Abu Al Qomboz, was injured in Al Shujaeyya neighborhood, east of Gaza City after the army fired tank shells at the area, medical sources in Gaza reported.

Earlier on Monday,  Four Palestinian security personnel were killed and several wounded in an Israeli air strike which targeted Al- Shujaeyya neighborhood of Gaza city on Monday morning.

The four were killed when an Israeli jet fighter fired a missile at a gathering for the special security force formed by the Ministry of Interior. The bodies of the casualties were severely mutilated.

The four were identified as, Mahmoud Jindiya 20, Mohammad Hasaneen 22, Khaled ‘Ajala 22, and Mohammad Hilis 20 and all were members of the security forces as they were wearing the uniform of the force.