Gaza Health: Israel commits 19 massacres against families during the aggression

Great destruction due to the aggression on Gaza
Great destruction due to the aggression on Gaza

Days of Palestine

Ministry of Health in Gaza revealed, today Sunday, that the Israeli occupation committed 19 massacres against Palestinian families, during its recent aggression on the Strip.

In its monitoring, the ministry stated that the total number of Palestinians who were killed in the 19 massacres was 91, including 41 children and 25 women.

The Ministry referred to the Palestinian "Kolak" family, which exposed to a massacre that killed the largest number of martyrs, reaching 21, including 8 children and 6 women.

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Meanwhile, the Abu Auf family lost 9 members, including a child and 5 women, as a result of direct targeting of their home in Gaza City, according to the ministry.

The ministry documented the death of 6 Palestinians from the Al-Tanani family, in the northern Gaza Strip, in an Israeli targeting of their home, including 4 children and a woman.

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The families of "Al-Masry, Al-Attar, Al-Hadidi, Abu Hatab, Ashkintana, and Al-Efrangi" lost 5 members of each family.

The Ministry indicated that the families of "Shrer and Amen" lost 8 members, 4 from each family, noting that the "Saliha" family also lost 3 members.

The ministry monitored the murder of two members from each of the families of "Al-Telbani, Issa, Arafa, Abu Dayer, Baraka, Al-Zubdah, and Al-Mansi."

On the tenth of May, the Gaza Strip was subjected to major aggression that lasted for 11 days, during which 255 Palestinians, most of them children, women, and the elderly, were killed, whereas more than 2,000 others were injured. The occupation also destroyed 2,000 housing units and hundreds of institutions, government and media headquarters, roads, and infrastructure.


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