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War on Gaza, photo story

192 Martyrs and 1410 wounded in the War on Gaza, photo story

3594 attacks, 2269 by rockets, 685 navy projectile, 640 artillery shell were shot to Gaza

39 Children were murdered by the Israeli occupation forces till the midnight of Monday 14\7\2014

Nour 4 days, the youngest martyr in Gaza

421 child and 232 women were wounded in the war on Gaza

1653 houses demolished since the beginning of war on Gaza, 240 totally destroyed.

Beside targeting the families, children and women, the Israeli occupation forces had targeted the hospitals of Gaza 6 times, ambulance and Media and disabled assosiation

Some Families gathered in UNRWA schools in order to avoid Death

The Israel Bank of Targets on Gaza ( targets all civilians)

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