Hasan Sami Ramadan al-Borno

May 19, 2021: Hasan Sami Ramadan al-Borno, 63, was killed by Israeli soldiers while working on his farmland in Johr al-Deek area, southeast of Gaza.

Palestinian medics rushed to the area and tried to revive the man before rushing him to al-Aqsa Hospital in Deir al-Balah, where he was officially declared dead.

also, an Israeli warplane and a drone launched two missiles at Hameed al-Hindi’s house in Deir al-Balah camp, causing partial destruction.

At approximately 21:00, Israeli warplanes launched a missile at a truck belonging to ‘Abdullah Darwish, destroying its front and causing damage to the nearby houses.

On the same day, Israeli warplanes launched a missile at a house belonging to al-Masri family in Deir al-Balah. As a result, a Palestinian was seriously wounded, and the house sustained partial damage.

An Israeli missile also fell on Eyad Abdul Fattah Salha’s (35) house in Deir al-Balah. As a result, four were killed, including the owner of the house who was also a person with disability; his wife, Amany Yousef Salha (Muhawish) (29), who was 7-month pregnant with her baby was killed as well; and her 2-year-old daughter, Nagham. Moreover, the house sustained partial damage.

At approximately 16:10, an artillery shell fell on Eyad Ameen al-Qidra’s house in Deir al-Balah. As a result, Fida’ Fakhry al-Qidra (32) was killed while her husband, Eyad, and his brother were wounded and taken to Shuhada al-Aqsa Hospital.

On that day, the Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCRH) said 9 Palestinians, including three women and two children, were Killed by Israeli missiles and shells, and 120 others, including thirty-seven women and thirty-two children, were injured.

The PCHR added that death toll mounts to 230, including sixty-four children and thirty-nine women, and the total number of injuries arrived to 1383, including 417 children and 269 women, on the eleventh day of the Israeli offensive.

Hasan was from Deir al-Balah, in central Gaza. Source: The Palestinian Center For Human Rights