Khaled Abu Baker al-Rabi’ey

September 6th, 2019: Khaled Abu Baker Mohammad al-Rabi’ey, 14, was killed by Israeli soldiers on Friday when the army attacked the weekly Great Return March processions along the eastern parts of the besieged Gaza Strip.

The Palestinian Health Ministry has confirmed that Israeli soldiers killed, Friday, two children and injured 81 civilians, including 38 children, one journalist and two paramedics, after

The soldiers fired live rounds and rubber-coated steel bullets at the protesters who gathered at many encampments along the border, killing Ali Sami Ashqar, 17, from Jabalia refugee camp, in northern Gaza, after shooting him with a live round to the chest.

Furthermore, the soldiers killed another child, identified as Khaled Abu Baker Mohammad al-Rabi’ey, 14, from the Shejaeyya neighborhood, in Gaza.

Among the wounded Palestinians in Gaza are 38 children and two paramedics, including a female.

In related news, the Israeli army claimed its soldiers arrested, on Friday evening, two Palestinians who reportedly crossed the perimeter fence.

According to the Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR), Israeli forces have killed 210 Palestinian civilians since the outbreak of the Great March of Return protest on March 30, 2018. In addition, nearly 14,000 Palestinians have been injured, some severely, while exercising their right to peacefully protest the siege on Gaza.

The weekly protests call for lifting the Israeli blockade of the Gaza Strip and for the return of the Palestinian refugees to their ancestral homes in pre-1948 Palestine.

Ali was from the eastern part of the Gaza Strip. Source: IMEMC

Nassim Abu Roumi

August 15, 2019: Nassim Abu Roumi, 14, was shot and killed by Israeli police near the al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem after an alleged stabbing of an Israeli police officer that resulted in a light injury.

Nassim was one of the two Palestinian teens, both 14 years old, who were shot and seriously injured near al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied East Jerusalem Thursday.

Nassim died of his wounds later that night. The other child who was shot Thursday evening, Hammouda Khader Sheikh, 14, from al-Walaja, south of Jerusalem, is believed to still be in critical condition in an Israeli hospital. Some Palestinian media sources have reported that Hammouda also died of his wounds, but that was not confirmed by IMEMC reporters.

The army and the police fired many live rounds at the two teens, and several Palestinians in the area, moderately wounding two bystanders.

It is worth that Nassim is the son of Mokafih Abu Roumi, a political leader of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP), in Jerusalem.

Israeli soldiers stormed his father’s home, and abducted him shortly after the reported stabbing incident. The Israeli army also summoned the Abu Roumi and Sheikh families for interrogation in a security center between al-Ezariyya and East Jerusalem.

A number of Palestinians were reportedly injured by live ammunition, including a guard for the Al Aqsa Mosque, when Israeli forces opened fire on people in and around the mosque following the alleged stabbing of an Israeli police officer by two unknown assailants.

The Israeli police officer who was injured is reported to be 40 years old, and was taken to the hospital with light injuries. According to the Israeli Ynetnews, he was taken to the Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem.

The paper quoted an Israeli medic, Moshe Cordova, as saying, “When we reached the scene, we saw a man who was fully conscious. He had stabbing wounds. We gave him emergency care that included stopping the bleeding and bandaging, and evacuated him to a hospital with light wounds”.

The Al Aqsa Mosque was closed by Israeli troops, who fired live ammunition at worshipers attempting to evacuate the area, according to the Palestinian Wafa News Agency.

This incident follows a recent invasion of the Al Aqsa Mosque by hundreds of right-wing Israeli settlers this past Sunday, accompanied by Israeli soldiers, who forced their way into the mosque on one of the most significant holidays in the Muslim calendar, when tens of thousands of people had gathered to pray at the mosque.

During the scuffles that ensued, 61 Palestinians and 4 Israeli police were reportedly injured, according to the Israeli paper Ha’aretz.

Nassim was from the al-‘Ezariyya town, east of occupied East Jerusalem. Source: IMEMC

Abdullah Luay Gheith

May 31, 2019: Abdullah Luay Gheith, 16, was killed by Israeli soldiers near the West Bank city of Bethlehem while trying to enter Jerusalem for Friday prayers in the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Media sources said the soldiers shot and killed Abdullah, from the southern West Bank city of Hebron, after opening fire at him and several Palestinians, who were trying to enter Jerusalem from Wad Abu al-Hummus area, near the villages of al-Khass and an-No’man, east of Bethlehem.

The slain Palestinian child was shot with live Israeli military gunfire in his heart, and died instantly after the soldiers shot him.

They added that the soldiers also shot and seriously injured a young man, identified as Mo’men Abu Tbeish, 21, in the same incident.

The seriously wounded young man, from Hadabat al-Fawwar area, near Hebron, was rushed by Palestinian medics to Beit Jala governmental hospital.

It is worth mentioning that the soldiers, stationed at Mazmouria military roadblock east of Bethlehem, opened fire at many Palestinians, who were not granted permits to enter occupied Jerusalem, and were trying to enter the city for prayers in Al-Aqsa.

In related news, the soldiers abducted a young man at Qalandia Terminal, north of occupied Jerusalem, while trying to enter Jerusalem for prayers in Al-Aqsa.

Abdullah was from the city of Hebron, in the southern part of the West Bank. Source: IMEMC

Abdul-Rahman Talal Abu al-Jedian

May 5, 2019: Abdul-Rahman Talal Atiyya Abu al-Jedian, 12, was killed by Israeli airstrikes targeting civilian areas in the Gaza Strip.

The Palestinian Ministry of Health has confirmed the deaths of 23 Palestinians, including a family – mother, father and 4-month old baby, killed by Israeli missile strikes on residential areas in Gaza.

Palestinian and Israeli media sources have reported that 23 Palestinians and 4 Israelis were killed since the Israeli offensive began on Saturday, as Israeli forces escalated their bombardment of the Gaza Strip, and Palestinian resistance groups fired more rockets into Israel.

Within the list of the Palestinians killed were two pregnant women (some media sources have added the two names of the fetuses to the casualty list).

The escalation of airstrikes occurred after Israeli Prime Minister Binjamin Netanyahu met with his cabinet and announced that he would increase his assault on the besieged coastal strip, where 2 million Palestinians live in the world’s largest open-air prison.

According to Haaretz, the army spokesperson said the military has struck 260 “targets” in several parts of the Gaza Strip. Ha’aretz also reported that Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz ordered a temporary halt of the pumping of natural gas from the Tamar field off the coast of Gaza – a gas field which Palestinians say should belong to them, but which Israel claimed several years ago and has been pumping for gas since then.

Authorities say they fear the gas rig being targeted by Palestinian resistance fighters.

According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, Abdel Rahim Mustafa Taha Al-Madhoun  and Hani Hamdan Abu Sha’ar, 37, were killed by Israeli missiles in the  northern Gaza Strip.

Four civilians, including a pregnant woman and her two children, were killed in an overnight raid on the town of Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip. They were identified as: Abdullah Abdul Rahim Al Madhoun, 22, Fadi Ragheb Badran, 31, and Shahida Amani Al-Madhoun (33 years old), who was killed along with her unborn baby – she was nine months pregnant.

In addition to the three killed,  eight others were reportedly injured in the Israeli  airstrike, which targeted Al-Faraj Sheikh Zayed in Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip.

Two Palestinian civilians were reportedly killed in the shelling of Rafah. They were identified as Mousa Muammar, 24, and Ali Abdul Jawad, 51 years old. Three people were seriously injured in that same airstrike, which  targeted a residential building in the city of Rafah.

The Israeli airforce reportedly targeted the home of the Director General of the Internal Security Forces in Gaza, Major General Tawfiq Abu Naim in Nosseirat central Gaza Strip.

Two apartments were destroyed in Tower No. 10 in the Sheikh Zayed Towers in the northern Gaza Strip.

The Health Ministry has reported that the army fired missiles into an apartment in Zayed Residential Towers, in northern Gaza, Sunday, killing Maria Ahmad Ramadan al-Ghazali, 4 months, along with her father Ahmad Ramadan al-Ghazali, 31, and her mother Iman Abdullah Usrof, 30.

The Ministry of Health also announced that two people were killed in a bombardment targeting agricultural land behind Ibrahim al-Maqadma Mosque in Al-Bureij refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip.

Two Palestinians were killed in that airstrike, they were identified as Mohammad Abdul Nabi Abu Armaneh, 30, and Mahmoud Samir Abu Armanah, 27.

Both were taken to the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Hospital in Deir Al-Balah .

Israeli airstrikes destroyed the internal security building inside the governor’s palace west of Gaza City, following the destruction of another house belonging to the Mashtah family in central Gaza and a house belonging to the Abu Qamar family in al-Sina’a Street in Tel al-Hawa neighborhood in the west of Gaza City.

Earlier, Israeli planes carried out the first extrajudicial assassination in the current escalation by shelling a car belonging to Hamed al-Khudari, 34. He was targeted allegedly for transporting money from Iran to Gaza. Two other Palestinian fighters were killed in a separate airstrike around the same time.

Ma’an News reported that four Palestinians were wounded when Israeli artillery shelled the house of the Awad family in al-Fakhari area east of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip.

Two civilians were wounded by shrapnel targeting civilians east of Al-Shojaeya neighborhood in the east of Gaza.Israeli aircraft targeted a house in the Nosseirat refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip and an iron workshop belonging to the Abu Zour family in the Zeitoun neighborhood south of Gaza City.

Israeli gunboats participated in shelling several points on the coast of the Gaza Strip and shelled a marine police post at the fishermen’s port in Gaza and in Beit Lahia and the fishermen’s port in Khan Younis.

Abdul-Rahman was from the Gaza Strip. Source: IMEMC

Saba Mahmoud Abu Arar

May 4, 2019: Saba Mahmoud Abu Arar, 1, was killed along with her pregnant mother when Israeli forces carried out a series of bombings and air strikes targeting the Gaza Strip. A total of four civilians were killed, and more than 30 civilians wounded.

Dr. Ashraf al-Qedra, the spokesperson of the Health Ministry in Gaza, has reported that the soldiers killed a pregnant Palestinian mother, identified as Falasteen Saleh Abu Arar, 37, and her baby girl, Saba Mahmoud Abu Arar, 14 months, after firing a missile at their home in Gaza city.

The mother, who was also six months pregnant, suffered very serious wounds to the head and other parts of her body, and died from her wounds.

Dr. al-Qedra added that the soldiers also moderately injured another daughter of the slain pregnant mother.

Furthermore, the soldiers killed another Palestinian, identified as Khaled Mohammad Abu Qleiq, 25, after the army fired several missiles into areas in Beit Lahia, in northern Gaza.

The soldiers also fired many missiles at homes in the neighborhoods of the Sheja’eyya, Tuffah and Zeitoun, in Gaza city, causing many injuries and serious property damage.

At least thirty Palestinians have been injured in the ongoing Israeli bombardments, that caused damage to several homes in the Gaza Strip, including two residential, west of Gaza city.

Among the targeting buildings was “Abdullah al-Hourani Center for Studies and Documentation” which is run by Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), in Gaza City.

The Center is located in a residential building which was targeted by several Israeli missiles, Saturday.

The Israeli bombardment also caused damage to several shops and stores, in addition to media agencies, including the Turkish Anadolu News Agency.

The Israeli bombings and air strikes were still ongoing at the time of this report, over several parts of the besieged Gaza Strip.

Armed resistance factions in Gaza said they retaliated in response to the Israeli escalation by firing shells into several Israeli areas, including Ofakim, Asqalan (Ashkelon), Be’er as-Sabe’ (Beersheba) and Keryat Gat.

Earlier Saturday, the soldiers killed one Palestinian, identified as Emad Mohammad Nosseir, 22, from Beit Hanoun, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.

On Friday, the soldiers killed two Palestinians during the Great Return March processions, and later killed two members of the al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas.

Besides killing the two Palestinians at the Great Return March, the soldiers also injured 82 Palestinian protesters, including 34 children, two journalists and three medics.

Saba was from Gaza City, in the central part of the Gaza Strip. Source: IMEMC

Ishaq Abdul-Mo’ti Eshteiwi

April 15, 2019: Ishaq Abdul-Mo’ti Eshteiwi, 16, died of injuries sustained when he was shot by Israeli forces east of Rafah near the border fence on April 3rd.

After he was shot, the injured boy was grabbed by Israeli soldiers who thrust him into a military vehicle and took him to a military base in Israel. The Israeli military claimed that Ishaq and two other children were attempting to escape over the border fence when they were shot.

When the incident occurred, one of the teens suffered fatal injuries when he was shot. The Israeli military reported that Ishaq suffered “mild injuries” after he was shot at close range by their sharpshooters, and the third boy was taken onto custody without reported injury.

But he has remained in Israeli custody since being shot, and his family has not been allowed to see him, according to local sources.

His parents were informed on Sunday that Ishaq had succumbed to his injuries. It is unknown whether further injuries had been inflicted upon him while in Israeli military custody due to “harsh interrogation”/torture. Injured Palestinians detained by Israeli forces have frequently reported that Israeli forces torture them while in custody.

On the same day that Ishaq was killed, a 14-year old Palestinian boy was found, after his family had reported him missing for three days, in an Israeli prison. Ramez Tamimi, 14, was kidnapped by Israeli soldiers from his village, Dir Nitham, north of the central West Bank city of Ramallah, and was eventually found in ‘Ofer’ prison, and his family was never informed.

Ishaq was from Rafah, in the south of the Gaza Strip. Source: IMEMC

Maisara Mousa Abu Shallouf

April 12, 2019: Maisara Mousa Ali Abu Shallouf, 15, was shot and killed by Israeli soldiers at the weekly Great March Processions in the besieged Gaza Strip. The soldiers also injured 55 other protesters, including two medics.

The Palestinian Health Ministry reported that the soldiers killed Maisara by shooting him with live fire in the abdomen, east of Jabalia, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.

The soldiers also fired live rounds and gas bombs at medics trying to reach the child to provide him with urgently needed medical help.

Dr. Ashraf al-Qedra, the spokesperson of the Health Ministry In Gaza, said the soldiers shot 66 Palestinians, including 15 children and six women, in addition to two medics.

It added that one of the wounded Palestinians suffered life-threatening wounds.

The Health Ministry also stated that the soldiers shot two medics and caused others to suffer the effects of teargas inhalation.

The protests took place in five areas in the eastern parts of the Gaza Strip, from Beit Lahia, Beit Hanoun and Jabalia, in the northern part, to Gaza city and central Gaza, in addition to Khan Younis and Rafah, in the southern part of the coastal region.

Media sources in Gaza said the army used high-velocity gas bombs, and live fire, targeting many areas far away from the perimeter fence.

They added that the soldiers also targeted several ambulances, medics and journalists, with sniper fire, in addition to the high-velocity gas bombs.

The protests this week were also in support and solidarity with the hunger striking detainees in Israeli prisons, facing constant violations and denied basic rights.

Maisara was from Jabalia, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip. Source: IMEMC

Bilal Mahmoud Najjar

March 30, 2019: Bilal Mahmoud Najjar (Abu Jamous), 17, died from serious wounds suffered earlier after the soldiers shot him with live fire at a protest east of Khan Younis, as part of the Land Day commemoration on March 30th, 2019.

Israeli soldiers killed, Saturday, four Palestinians, and injured 316 others, including 14 who suffered life-threatening wounds, during protests across the perimeter fence, in the eastern parts of the Gaza Strip.

The Palestinian Health Ministry has reported that, among the wounded are 86 children and 29 women.

Hundreds of thousands of Palestinians gathered on lands near the perimeter fence, marking Palestinian Land Day, and the first anniversary since the beginning of the Great Return March.

Media sources in Gaza said that National Committee for Breaking the Siege has called for a million-person march, marking Land Day, and the first anniversary of the Great Return March, demanding lifting the siege on Gaza, the internationally-guaranteed Right of Return, the liberation of Palestine and independence.

On Saturday evening, the Health Ministry in Gaza said the soldiers killed Tamer Hashem Abu al-Kheir, 17, after shooting him with a live round in the chest, east of Khan Younis, in the southern part of the coastal region.

His death came just hours after the soldiers killed Adham Nidal ‘Amara, 17, who was fatally shot during the processions east of Gaza city.

Earlier, Mohammad Jihad Sa’ad, 20, was shot and killed by Israeli sharpshooters on Saturday morning, east of Gaza city, before the Great Return March processions started.

Mohammad was killed after being struck with a bullet fragment in the head, near the perimeter fence, east of Gaza city.

His corpse was moved to the Shifa Medical Center.

It is worth mentioning that Mohammad was injured several times since the beginning of the Great Return March procession a year ago.

Among the injured Palestinians are three medics and seven journalists, while the soldiers also caused damage to three ambulances.

In its latest report, the Health Ministry in Gaza reported the following statistics about the Great Return March protests on Land Day 2019 – March 30th, 2019:

Deaths:

  1. Bilal Mahmoud Najjar, 17.
  2. Mohammad Jihad Sa’ad, 20.
  3. Adham Nidal ‘Amara, 17.
  4. Tamer Hashem Abu al-Kheir, 17.

Injuries: (316 total):

  1. Five Palestinians suffered critical wounds.
  2. Nine Palestinians suffered serious wounds.
  3. 121 suffered moderate wounds.
  4. 184 suffered mild wounds.

Cause of injuries:

  1. 64 Palestinians were shot with live fire.
  2. 16 were shot with rubber-coated steel bullets.
  3. 13 were injured by shrapnel from bullets.
  4. 46 suffered the effects of teargas inhalation.
  5. 94 were injured by shrapnel from gas bombs.
  6. 83 suffered cuts and bruises.

The area of injury in the body:

  1. 64 suffered head and neck injuries.
  2. 55 injured in the upper limbs.
  3. 16 suffered chest and back injuries.
  4. 18 injured in the Pelvis and abdomen.
  5. 125 injured in the lower limbs.
  6. 64 teargas inhalations.
  7. 4 suffered injuries to various parts of the body.

Injuries by governorate:

  1. 39 in the northern parts of the Gaza Strip.
  2. 108 in Gaza city area.
  3. 73 in central Gaza.
  4. 41 in Khan Younis, southern Gaza Strip.
  5. 55 in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip.

Bilal was from Bani Soheila near Khan Younis, in the southern Gaza Strip. Source: IMEMC

Tamer Hashem Abu al-Kheir

March 30, 2019: Tamer Hashem Abu al-Kheir, 17, was killed when Israeli soldiers hit him with a live round in the chest, east of Khan Younis, in the southern part of the coastal region, during the Land Day protest March 30th, 2019.

Tamer was one of four Palestinians killed by Israeli forces Saturday. 316 others were wounded, including 14 who suffered life-threatening wounds, during protests across the perimeter fence, in the eastern parts of the Gaza Strip.

On Saturday at night, a Palestinian teen, identified as Bilal Mahmoud Najjar (Abu Jamous), 17, from Bani Soheila near Khan Younis, in southern Gaza Strip, died from serious wounds suffered earlier after the soldiers shot him with live fire.

The Palestinian Health Ministry has reported that among the wounded are 86 children and 29 women.

Hundreds of thousands of Palestinians gathered on lands near the perimeter fence, marking Palestinian Land Day, and the first anniversary since the beginning of the Great Return March.

Media sources in Gaza said that National Committee for Breaking the Siege has called for a million-person march, marking Land Day, and the first anniversary of the Great Return March, demanding lifting the siege on Gaza, the internationally-guaranteed Right of Return, the liberation of Palestine and independence.

Tamer’s death came just hours after the soldiers killed Adham Nidal ‘Amara, 17, who was fatally shot during the processions east of Gaza city.

Earlier, Mohammad Jihad Sa’ad, 20, was shot and killed by Israeli sharpshooters on Saturday morning, east of Gaza city, before the Great Return March processions started.

Mohammad was killed after being struck with a bullet fragment in the head, near the perimeter fence, east of Gaza city.

His corpse was moved to the Shifa Medical Center.

It is worth mentioning that Mohammad was injured several times since the beginning of the Great Return March procession a year ago.

Among the injured Palestinians are three medics and seven journalists, while the soldiers also caused damage to three ambulances.

In its latest report, the Health Ministry in Gaza reported the following statistics about the Great Return March protests on Land Day 2019 – March 30th, 2019:

Deaths:

  1. Bilal Mahmoud Najjar, 17.
  2. Mohammad Jihad Sa’ad, 20.
  3. Adham Nidal ‘Amara, 17.
  4. Tamer Hashem Abu al-Kheir, 17.

Injuries: (316 total):

  1. Five Palestinians suffered critical wounds.
  2. Nine Palestinians suffered serious wounds.
  3. 121 suffered moderate wounds.
  4. 184 suffered mild wounds.

Cause of injuries:

  1. 64 Palestinians were shot with live fire.
  2. 16 were shot with rubber-coated steel bullets.
  3. 13 were injured by shrapnel from bullets.
  4. 46 suffered the effects of teargas inhalation.
  5. 94 were injured by shrapnel from gas bombs.
  6. 83 suffered cuts and bruises.

The area of injury in the body:

  1. 64 suffered head and neck injuries.
  2. 55 injured in the upper limbs.
  3. 16 suffered chest and back injuries.
  4. 18 injured in the Pelvis and abdomen.
  5. 125 injured in the lower limbs.
  6. 64 teargas inhalations.
  7. 4 suffered injuries to various parts of the body.

Injuries by governorate:

  1. 39 in the northern parts of the Gaza Strip.
  2. 108 in Gaza city area.
  3. 73 in central Gaza.
  4. 41 in Khan Younis, southern Gaza Strip.
  5. 55 in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip.

Tamer was from Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip. Source: IMEMC

Adham Nidal ‘Amara

March 30, 2019: Adham Nidal ‘Amara, 17, was fatally shot by Israeli soldiers during the Great Return March procession in commemoration of Palestinian Land Day, east of Gaza city.

Adham was one of four Palestinians killed by Israeli soldiers on March 30th, the one year anniversary of the Great Return March in Gaza. The Israeli soldiers also injured 316 others, including 14 who suffered life-threatening wounds, during protests across the perimeter fence, in the eastern parts of the Gaza Strip.

On Saturday at night, a Palestinian teen, identified as Bilal Mahmoud Najjar (Abu Jamous), 17, from Bani Soheila near Khan Younis, in southern Gaza Strip, died from serious wounds suffered earlier after the soldiers shot him with live fire.

The Palestinian Health Ministry has reported that, among the wounded are 86 children and 29 women.

Hundreds of thousands of Palestinians gathered on lands near the perimeter fence, marking Palestinian Land Day, and the first anniversary since the beginning of the Great Return March.

Media sources in Gaza said that National Committee for Breaking the Siege has called for a million-person march, marking Land Day, and the first anniversary of the Great Return March, demanding lifting the siege on Gaza, the internationally-guaranteed Right of Return, the liberation of Palestine and independence.

On Saturday evening, the Health Ministry in Gaza said the soldiers killed Tamer Hashem Abu al-Kheir, 17, after shooting him with a live round in the chest, east of Khan Younis, in the southern part of the coastal region.

Mohammad Jihad Sa’ad, 20, was shot and killed by Israeli sharpshooters on Saturday morning, east of Gaza city, before the Great Return March processions started.

Mohammad was killed after being struck with a bullet fragment in the head, near the perimeter fence, east of Gaza city.

His corpse was moved to the Shifa Medical Center.

It is worth mentioning that Mohammad was injured several times since the beginning of the Great Return March procession a year ago.

Among the injured Palestinians are three medics and seven journalists, while the soldiers also caused damage to three ambulances.

In its latest report, the Health Ministry in Gaza reported the following statistics about the Great Return March protests on Land Day 2019 – March 30th, 2019:

Deaths:

  1. Bilal Mahmoud Najjar, 17.
  2. Mohammad Jihad Sa’ad, 20.
  3. Adham Nidal ‘Amara, 17.
  4. Tamer Hashem Abu al-Kheir, 17.

Injuries: (316 total):

  1. Five Palestinians suffered critical wounds.
  2. Nine Palestinians suffered serious wounds.
  3. 121 suffered moderate wounds.
  4. 184 suffered mild wounds.

Cause of injuries:

  1. 64 Palestinians were shot with live fire.
  2. 16 were shot with rubber-coated steel bullets.
  3. 13 were injured by shrapnel from bullets.
  4. 46 suffered the effects of teargas inhalation.
  5. 94 were injured by shrapnel from gas bombs.
  6. 83 suffered cuts and bruises.

The area of injury in the body:

  1. 64 suffered head and neck injuries.
  2. 55 injured in the upper limbs.
  3. 16 suffered chest and back injuries.
  4. 18 injured in the Pelvis and abdomen.
  5. 125 injured in the lower limbs.
  6. 64 teargas inhalations.
  7. 4 suffered injuries to various parts of the body.

Injuries by governorate:

  1. 39 in the northern parts of the Gaza Strip.
  2. 108 in Gaza city area.
  3. 73 in central Gaza.
  4. 41 in Khan Younis, southern Gaza Strip.
  5. 55 in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip.

Adham was from Gaza City. Source: IMEMC