Palestinian medical sources reported, Friday, that a Palestinian child and a young man have been killed in Rafah and in Gaza city. Dozens of Palestinians have been injured on ongoing Israeli bombardment of civilian areas, some seriously.Medical sources said Nour an-Najdi, 10, died of serious injuries she suffered after the army bombarded her family home in Rafah, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.

A Palestinian identified as Dr. Anas Rezeq Abu al-Kas, 30, was also killed when the army fired a missile into his home, on the fifth floor or Barcelona Residential Tower in Tal al-Hawa, south of Gaza city; two Palestinians were injured.

A young Palestinian man, identified as Abdullah Abu Mahrouq, was killed in Israeli bombardment targeting Deir al-Balah, in Central Gaza. He was seriously injured when the army fired a missile into a motorcycle, in the center of the city.

On Thursday afternoon, three Palestinians identified Mohammad Waloud, Hazem Ba’lousha and Ala’ Abdul-Nabi were killed when the army fired a missile into a Palestinian car in Beit Lahia, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.

Resident Ahmad Zaher Hamdan, 22, was killed when the army bombarded Beit Hanoun, also in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.

Also on Thursday, resident Hussein Eid Abu Jame’, 57, and his son Ismael, 19, were killed when an Israeli missile struck his home in Khan Younis.

Resident Mohammad Abu Kahlout, 38, was killed in an Israeli air strike on Ezbit Abed-Rabbo, Jabalia, in northern Gaza.

Another resident, identified as Sami Adnan Shaldan, 25, was killed, and many Palestinians were seriously injured, two seriously, when Israeli missiles struck the Zeitoun neighborhood, east of Gaza City.

Two Palestinians were injured in Israeli bombardment targeting the Shujaeyya and Tuffah neighborhoods of Gaza City.

Dozens of Palestinians have been injured in different parts of the Gaza Strip on Friday, at dawn, as the Israeli army continued to pound every part of the densely populated coastal region, while tanks and heavy artillery have been seen rolling towards the border fence with Gaza.

Medical sources said a child was seriously injured when a shell hit her home in Rafah. The army bombarded different homes and structures in Rafah, causing a complete power blackout in the western side, and excessive property damage.

The Israeli air force also fired missiles into homes in the Shejaeyya neighborhood, and Tal al-Sultan in Rafah, causing damage and several injuries. Civil Defense teams managed to rescue three Palestinians buried under rubble of shelled homes.

Also in Rafah, the army fired several artillery shells into home and structures east of the city, and into a Palestinian security center close to the border with Egypt.

Six Palestinians were injured in the Saftawi area, north of Gaza, after several Israeli missiles struck their homes. Homes were also shelled in Gaza’s Zeitoun neighborhood, causing three injuries.

Four more Palestinians have been injured in Sheikh Radwan, in central Gaza, also after Israeli missiles struck their homes.

Five Palestinians were injured in Deir al-Balah, in central Gaza, and were moved to local hospitals suffering moderate-to-severe injuries. The army fired missiles into several homes in the city.

Three family members were also injured, and were moved to the Algerian Hospital after Israeli shells struck their home in Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.

The Palestinian Ministry of Health denounced the Israeli shelling of the al-Wafa’ Hospital, which caused injuries to two Palestinians.

A school in Deir al-Balah, in central Gaza, was hit by an Israeli missile fired by the army at a nearby home; the missile caused damage but did not detonate, and the soldiers instantly fired another missile, hitting a nearby home.

The Israeli air force fired several missiles into the Gaza Port, and Palestinian lands west of the al-Karama towers, north of Gaza.

Also, Israeli navy boats fired missiles into the Gaza Port, while the air force fired missile into various nearby areas, including farmlands.

Dr. Ashraf Al-Qodra, spokesperson of the Ministry Of Health in the Gaza Strip, stated that resident Abdullah Abu Mahrooq died of serious injuries suffered when the army fired a missile at him, while he was riding his motorcycle in Deir al-Balah.