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Dr. Mona El-Farra At Alawda Hospital in Jabalia:

Dr. Mona El-Farra At Alawda Hospital in Jabalia:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

From ISM Media team interview with Dr. Mona El-Farra, a Gazan doctor working at Alawda Hospital in Jabalia:

"This morning at 6.30 am army tanks on the east of the village fired missiles against some homes of Beit Hanoun Village, the outcome was disasterous, 11 members of one family were killed, the total death toll is 22, and may increase in the next hours, the injuries are serious and very critical, including many women and children."

"It was very painful to see young children dead on the street, most were badly injured. The Israeli army said they will investigate and open a case of what happened. But only 30 minutes after they declared that, a 16 years old Palestinian boy was shot dead by an Israeli sniper."

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The International Solidarity Movement (ISM) is a Palestinian-led non-violent resistance movement committed to ending Israel's illegal occupation of Palestinian land. We call for full compliance with all relevant UN resolutions and international law.

For specific media inquires such as interview requests, photo usage, etc. please email the ISM Media Office at media@palsolidarity.org

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