Updated: Two Palestinians Killed, Ten Injured In New Israeli Air Strikes In Gaza – – IMEMC News
May 11, 2021
The Israeli army carried out, on Tuesday afternoon, a series of airstrikes targeting several areas in the Gaza Strip, causing excessive property damage, in addition to killing at least two Palestinian, and injuring more than ten.
Media sources said the strikes targeted many homes, residential buildings, structures, farmlands, and sites run by armed resistance groups, in several parts of the Gaza strip.
Update: Israeli sources said two Israelis were killed, and two were injured, one seriously, by Palestinian shells in Asqalan.
Sameh Fahim Hashem al-Mamlouk, 34
Update: The Al-Jazeera News Agency has reported that the Israeli army fired missiles into a school for orphans in Deir al-Balah, in the central Gaza Strip.
Update: The Israeli army fired missiles into a building in Gaza city, killing Sameh Fahim Hashem al-Mamlouk, 34.
A Palestinian, identified as Mohammad Yahia Mohammad Abu al-Ata, 30, was killed in one of the Israeli strikes in Gaza city, medical sources said.
The army also fired a missile at a Palestinian car, in Gaza, causing injuries, while the Israeli navy fired sporadic missiles at sites close to the Gaza shore.
Mohammad Yahia Mohammad Abu al-Ata, 30
Medical sources in Gaza also said two Palestinians were killed, and eight were injured, when the army fired missiles into an apartment in the Rimal neighborhood in Gaza. Most of the wounded are children.
The Israeli army also fired a barrage of missiles targeting homes and residential buildings in the al-Shati’ refugee camp, in northern Gaza, causing excessive damage.
As of Tuesday morning, the Palestinian Ministry of Health has confirmed that Israeli airstrikes have killed 27 Palestinians, including 9 children and one woman, and wounded at least a hundred in the Gaza Strip. Israel began its assault on Gaza Monday evening, following three weeks of Israeli settler and soldier attacks on Palestinians.
It added that at least 122 Palestinians have been injured, including more than 15 who suffered serious wounds and said that among the injured are 41 children. (...)