November 12, 2018: Mohammad Zakariya al-Tatri, 27, was killed by an Israeli airstrike in the northern part of the Gaza Strip, on a day in which Israel dropped hundreds of bombs in the Gaza Strip, leaving three Palestinians dead, and at least five others wounded.
In addition to Mohammad al-Tatri, Mohammed Zohdi Odeh, 22, was also killed in Israeli airstrikes targeting the northern part of the Strip.
Furthermore, Hamad Mohammad al-Nahal, 23, was also killed in an airstrike that targeted the eastern part of Rafah city, in southern Gaza.
At least five other Palestinians were injured with missile shrapnel during airstrikes which targeted the eastern part of the Deir al-Balah area in central Gaza, where three people were wounded, and the northern part of the town of Beit Lahiya, in the northern Strip, where two people were wounded.
The army also fired missiles at a college in Tal al-Hawa, west of Gaza city, causing excessive damage, in addition to firing missiles into lands in Gaza city, in addition to the central and northern part of the coastal region.
In addition, the Israeli Air Force fired missiles into the Al-Aqsa TV station in Gaza.
The army first fired a “warning missile” into the station, then later fired another missile at it. The TV station broadcast was stopped, but was later restored.
Furthermore, Israeli daily Haaretz said Palestinian fighters in Gaza fired at least 300 shells into Israeli areas, Monday, including an anti-tank missile which seriously injured a soldier, 19 years of age, and mildly wounding the driver, 25, who suffered from “shock.”
It added that ten Israelis were wounded, including a woman and a man, who suffered serious and moderate wounds.
Later in the same day, a Palestinian shell fired into Ashkelon killed a man, who turned out to be a Palestinian worker from Hebron.
Mohammad was from the northern part of the Gaza Strip. Source: IMEMC