May 14, 2021: Abdul-Rahman Estbeita Khalaf Azzam, 34, was killed by Israeli missiles that struck homes in Zeitoun neighborhood in Gaza city.
During the bombardment, a child, identified as Mahmoud Hamed Hasan Talba, 13, was also killed and dozens were injured by Israeli missiles and shells.
The missile strikes also killed thirteen members of one family, ranging in age from 1 to 85, as they huddled in their homes in terror while the Israeli airstrikes continued throughout the night.
One of the families wiped out by an Israeli missile Sunday morning was that of Riyad Hasan IshKinatna, who was pulled out of the rubble Sunday morning by rescue crews, barely alive, only to be told when he reached the hospital that his wife and five children were all killed in the Israeli attack.
Also killed in the barrage of airstrikes on al-Winda Street was Dr. Mo’in Ahmad al-Aloul, a neurologist and brain specialist.
The Palestinian Health Ministry has called on the Palestinians to donate blood for the wounded and added that the hospitals are running out of medical supplies, especially amidst the escalating Israeli offensive on the coastal region.
In addition, two Palestinian women, identified as Sabreen Nasser Mohammad Abu Dayya, 27, and Ni’ma Saleh Ayyash, 47, and a man, Hashem Mohammad Zogheibi, 20, were killed when the army fired missiles at homes in Um an-Nasser village, in northern Gaza.
The army also fired dozens of missiles into Beit Hanoun, in northern Gaza, destroying an entire neighborhood, killing many Palestinians, and injuring dozens.
Among the slain are a woman, identified as Nisreen Nasser Abu Qleiq, 25, and a young man, Soheib Abdul-Rahim Awad Ghanem, 25.
An infant, identified as Hoor Zamily, 18 months, was also killed by Israeli missiles targeting homes in Khan Younis, in southern Gaza.
At least six Palestinians, including a pregnant woman, and children, were killed by Israeli missiles in Rafah, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.
The Palestinian Health Ministry stated that the Israeli army has killed more than 135 Palestinians, including at least thirty-two children and twenty women, in addition to injuring more than one thousand, dozens seriously in five days of the ongoing offensive on Gaza. The figures do not include those who are still buried under the rubble of bombarded homes and buildings.
The Israeli strikes on Gaza were carried out by the air force, tanks, artillery, and the navy, targeting hundreds of homes, facilities, residential buildings, infrastructure in addition to a variety of private and governmental institutions.
It is worth mentioning that the United Nations has reported that at least 10,000 Palestinians have left their homes to seek shelters in mosques and schools in the Gaza Strip, amidst extremely limited supplies of food, water, and sanitation.
Ten Palestinians were also killed by Israeli fire, and dozens have been injured, in the West Bank, Friday.
Abdul-Rahman was from Tal al-Hawa, in Gaza city. Source: IMEMC