The Israeli Airforce carried out, Sunday evening, dozens of airstrikes targeting many parts of the Gaza Strip, killing at least three Palestinians, and wounding dozens, in Beit Hanoun, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.
Medical sources said the missiles killed three young Palestinian men, identified as Moath Nabil Za’anin, Mohammad Awni Za’anin, and Mohammad Yousef al-Kafarna. Moath is a soccer player in Beit Hanoun, and Jabalia refugee camp.
استشهاد لاعب كرة القدم معاذ نبيل الزعانين خلال قصف إسرائيلي على مدينة بيت حانون شمالى قطاع غزة وكان الشهيد الزعانين لعب للاندية اتحاد بيت حانون الرياضي ونادي بيت لاهيا و نادي خدمات جباليا
They added that many Palestinians were injured, some seriously, and were rushed to medical centers.
Rescue teams are still looking for more victims, believed to be buried under the rubble of bombarded buildings.
The Health Ministry in Gaza said the Palestinians were killed during search and rescue efforts, trying to find more Palestinians under the rubble, when the army targeted the same area again.
It is worth mentioning that a Palestinian from the al-Qadi family, in the northwestern part of Beit Hanoun, was also killed in Israeli strikes.
The Israeli army also fired a missile into a four-story home, owned by the Affana family, in Sheikh Radwan, in Gaza, and destroyed it, in addition to targeting another home for the al-Ashraf family.
In an update, published approximately at 6 in the evening, Palestine time, and before the recent strikes, the Health Ministry in Gaza said the number of slain Palestinians was at least 192, including 58 children and 34 women, and added that 1235 have been injured.
The Ministry also said search and rescue operations are ongoing, as numerous Palestinians are still buried under the rubble which, many believed to be dead.
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