Jabr Ibrahim Abu Hmeisa

October 26, 2018: Jabr Ibrahim Abu Hmeisa, 27, was killed in an explosion in the al-Boreij refugee camp, in Central Gaza.

Dr. Ashraf al-Qedra, the spokesperson of the Health Ministry in Gaza, reported that Jabr was killed , and another Palestinian was injured in the same incident.

An armed group calling itself the Mujahidin Brigades, said the Abu Hmeisa was one of its members, and that he died in an accidental explosion, without providing further details.

It is worth mentioning that Israeli soldiers killed, Friday, four Palestinians, identified as identified as Nassar Eyad Abu Tayyim, 19, Ayesh Ghassan Shaat, 23, Ahmad Sa’id Abu Libda, 22, and Mohammad Khaled Mahmoud Abdul-Nabi, 27, during the Great Return March Processions near the perimeter fence in the besieged Gaza Strip, and injured 232 others, including 180 who were shot with live fire.

On Friday evening, the soldiers invaded the al-Mazra’a al-Gharbiyya village, northwest of the central West Bank city of Ramallah, killed one Palestinian, identified as Othman Ahmad Ladadweh, 33, and injured dozens, including eight who were shot with live fire, while the soldiers also assaulted journalists, and shot one.

Jabr was from the al-Boreij refugee camp, in Central Gaza. Source: IMEMC

Karen Mosquera

Karen Mosquera


October 22, 2014
: Karen Mosquera, 22, was killed by a Palestinian when he reportedly intentionally rammed his car into a group of Israelis waiting for the light-rail Ammunition Hill, in Jerusalem. A 3 month-old infant was also killed in the same incident, and the police shot the Palestinian driver dead. Karen was an Ecuadorian national living in Jerusalem. Source: Jerusalem Post

Shelley Dadon

shelly Dadon


May 1, 2014
: Shelley Dadon, 19, was killed by a Palestinian taxi driver while on her way to a job interview, and her body was found in a parking lot in Migdal Haemel with signs of trauma and stab wounds. Although the motive in unclear, the police said she was killed for nationalistic reasons. Shelly was from Afula. Source: Jerusalem Post