Lama Ahmed al-Khalili

July 30, 2014: Lama Ahmed al-Khalili, 4, was killed by Israeli soldiers who fired two tank shells at the house of Mohammed Ata al-Khalili, in the al-Sanafour area, in the at-Tuffah neighborhood, east of Gaza city.

Lama was killed along with her father, Ahmed Mahmoud al-Khalili, 28, and her mother, Aya Mohammed al-Khalili, 23.

Her uncle, Ashraf Mahmoud Al-Khalili, 33, along with wife, Nedaa Ziyad al-Khalili, 27, their daughter, Deema, 5, and their son Ziyad, 2, were also killed by the Israeli shells.

Ashraf and Deema’s son, Mahmoud, 7, was seriously injured, and died from his wounds at an Egyptian hospital on August 04, 2014.

At least 110 Palestinians, including many children and women, were killed by Israeli missiles and shells that day alone, in different parts of the Gaza Strip.

Seventeen of them were killed in a crowded market, east of Gaza city. Lama was from Gaza.  Source: Mezan Center for Human Rights, IMEMC

Mohammad Abu Ghannam

July 21, 2017: Mohammad Hasan Abu Ghannam, 20, was killed by Israeli soldiers during clashes that took place after the army invaded at-Tour neighborhood, in East Jerusalem.

Eyewitnesses said that the soldiers surrounded the Palestinian after shooting him, and that he bled to death when the army prevented Palestinian medics from approaching him.

Following the fatal shooting, Israeli soldiers and undercover officers frequently invaded Al-Makassed Hospital in Jerusalem, after surrounding it, apparently to retrieve the corpse to the slain Palestinian, but young men managed to smuggle it out of the hospital, and his burial ceremony was held shortly afterwards.

Many Palestinians were also injured by Israeli fire and gas bombs, during the clashes, and one of the wounded Palestinians suffered a serious injury.

Al-Makassed Hospital also has issued an urgent call for blood donations, due to the large number of Palestinians, who were shot and injured by Israeli army fire, in different parts of the Jerusalem.

Mohammad was the third Palestinian to be killed within a few hours, after an armed Israeli settler killed a teenage boy, identified as Mohammad Mahmoud Sharaf, 18, in Ras al-‘Amoud neighborhood, in East Jerusalem, while the soldiers also killed Mohammad Lafi, 18, from Abu Dis town, east of Jerusalem, after shooting him with a live round in his heart.

The Israeli army declared Jerusalem’s Old City a closed military zone, preventing the Palestinians from entering or leaving it, denying them access to Al-Aqsa Mosque for Friday prayers.

The Palestinian Red Crescent has reported that at least 140 Palestinians have been injured, and that most of them were shot by the army, while several others suffered fractures and bruises after being assaulted by the soldiers. Mohammad was from Abu Dis town, in Jerusalem. Source: IMEMC

Ibrahim Abu Khusa

August 08, 2014: Ibrahim Suleiman Abu Khusa, 36, died from serious wounds he suffered, on July 30th 2014, after the Israeli army bombarded the family home in Zawaida village, in Deir al-Balah, in central Gaza Strip.

His wife, Sabrin, 32, their daughter, Shahed, 9, and son, Mohammad, 2, in addition to his mother-in-law, Sabah Mubarak Abu Khusa, 50, were also killed, while his father-in-law, was seriously injured, and died from his wounds nine days after the attack.

The Israeli missiles also killed Sabah’s grandchildren, Yazan Imad Abu Khousa, 4, Rital Bashir Abu Khusa, 7 months, and Jana Bilal Abu Khusa, 1. The bombarded property was a three-story house which was reduced to rubble.

At Least 103 Palestinians were killed on the same day due to ongoing Israeli bombardment and shelling, targeting various Palestinian communities across the Gaza Strip. Ibrahim was from Deir al-Balah. Source: Mezan Center for Human Rights