14 Palestinians have been killed this morning, in Gaza, including two children. Dozens have been injured in the ongoing Israeli airstrikes.
10 of the injured are in serious condition, the Palestinian News Network (PNN) has reported.
Spokesperson of the Ministry of Health in Gaza, Ashraf al-Qedrah, stated that one Mohammad Rabea Abu- Hmeedan, 65 years old, was killed in an Israeli strike on agricultural lands in Jabalia, north of the Gaza strip.
Three Palestinians have been also killed in an attack on a car in al-Bureij refugee camp, north of Gaza. Medical sources identified the three as Mazen Aslan, Shahrman Abu el-Kas and one Shahd Helmi al-Qrynawi, a 5-year-old girl.
Furthermore, the PNN reports that Adnan al-Ashhab died today from injuries, following an Israeli strike against Nuseirat refugee camp, just a few days ago. Medical sources report that one Abdallah Abu Mahrouq also died this morning, due to injuries sustained after being hit while riding his motorcycle in Deir al-Balah.
Palestinian doctor Anas Rizaq Abu el-Kas, age 30, was killed when three Israeli rockets struck his apartment in Tal el-Hawa, east of Gaza city. His body was transferred to Shifa hospital, with another family member who was injured in the attack.
7 Palestinians in Rafah have been killed and 15 were injured. 12 of the injured are in very serious condition. All were transferred to Abu-Yousef al-Najjar hospital.
Palestinian medical sources have reported that 6 members of the Ghanam family were killed in this attack. An Israeli F16 targeted their family home in Yabna, Rafah, south of Gaza.
Wisam Abedel Raziq Ghanam, 23, Mahmoud Abedel Raziq Ghanam, 26, Kifah Shhadeh Ghanam, 20 , Mohammad Mounir Ashour, 25, and Ghalya Theab Ghanam, 7, have been identified as some of those killed in the attack.
Eyewitnesses expect more casualties and injuries; the building was completely destroyed and some people are still reported missing.
Noor Marwan al-Najdi, age 10 , was also killed during an Israeli airstrike in Rafah, in the al-Nahda neighborhood.
The attacks reached several places in the city and all over Gaza Strip, the PNN has reported, causing considerable damage and injuries.
Egypt closed the crossing at Rafah, today, as ambulances and buses waited, prepared to transport the wounded.