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11 Killed , 100 Injured In Last Escalation On Gaza Strip

11 Killed , 100 Injured In Last Escalation On Gaza Strip

Gaza-Interior Ministry

The number of victims continued in the last Israeli aggression on Wednesday evening to 11 martyrs, including two children , a pregnant woman , and an old man and more than 100 injured, including 15 children and 18 women.

According to the Sources the martyrs are:

Commander Ahmed Jabari (52) years -

Mohammed Al-Hams (27) years

Child Ranan Arafat (7) years

Child Omar Mashharawi (7) months

Young Issam Abu Al-Me'za (20) years

young Muhammad Abu-Sowwin (20) years

Ms. Heba Mashharawi (19) years, a six month pregnant

Elderly Mahmoud Abu Soawin (65) years

Cap. Habis Msmah (27) years

Martyr Wael Ghalban (28) years

Martyr Hisham Ghalban (27) years

The sources pointed out that more than 100 injured arrived at hospitals sector, described the dangerous and medium.

Where the aggressive attack on Gaza began after a car bombing Jabari and his assistant near the junction of Samer west of Gaza City, in addition to a series raids later on different areas of the strip.

The Israeli occupation forces shelled a house belonging to the family of the alleged death of the child Riemann and wounding several others, while targeting an empty aircraft to the ground behind the University College in Tel al-Hawa area.

Also, the occupation forces targeted the northern Gaza Strip near the roundabout Sheikh Zayed led to the martyrdom of citizens.

Israeli warplanes also bombed a site back to the police's internal Gaza in Sawahra the central Gaza Strip, without the presence of injuries.

The Israeli occupation forces shelled the target of an anonymous east Shijaia eastern Gaza strip which led to the martyrdom of the citizens and others were injured as a result of targeting.

In a related occupation forces targeted the land of free crabs northern Gaza Strip area without reported injuries.

Free and bombed to the ground next to a police station Qarara east of Khan Younis. And raided on several targets north and east of the Strip.

Israeli aircraft blasted the site of the Qassam Brigades near Wadi Gaza, Mughraqa in the central Gaza Strip.

The occupation forces continue to launch raids against the Gaza Strip heavily, following the assassination of al-Qassam Brigades commander Jabari.

This comes in the framework of the barbaric process announced by the leaders of the army of occupation.

The spokesman of Health. Ashraf Al-Qudra said that the primary outcome of aggression reached to 8 martyrs.

Notably,Israeli warplanes flying intensively in the atmosphere of the Gaza Strip.

15/11/201208:13:08 |

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