‘Israeli’ tank shells kill 5, wound 30 in mourning tent in Gaza.



GAZA CITY (SaebPress) –” Israeli ” occupation tanks opened fire on Saturday at a crowded mourning tent in the al-Shujaiyeh neighborhood near Gaza City, killing 4 Palestinians and wounding 34 , medics conformed.
Residents said the mourning tent was full of people paying respects to a bereaved family when a tank shell struck mourners.

Muhammad Hararah, 17, and Ahmad al-Dardasawi, 18, Muhammad Said Shokwkani,20, were killed and two other men the medics could not Identify died from injuries sustained in the attack.

At least 30 people were wounded in the shelling, over 10 of them medics consider them to be in a serious condition.

Meanwhile, in Khan Younis, Four people were wounded as the ‘Israel’s’ occupation tanks targeted east of Khan Younis city, medics said.

‘Israel’s’ occupation army confirmed that four its soldiers were injured by an anti-tank missile when it blasted their patrol along the electrical security fence northern of Gaza.

“Two soldiers were seriously wounded and two moderately injured”, ‘Israeli’ media reported.
On Tuesday, three ‘Israeli’ occupation soldiers were wounded by an explosive device in the southern Gaza Strip, an ‘Israel’s ‘ occupation army personal said.

The Popular Resistance Committees said it had fired four rockets at settlements of Sderot and Netivot, which bordering the north of Gaza, describing the attack as “the revenge invoice” for the deaths and casualties in Gaza.


The Palestinian child Hamid Younis Abu Daqqa, 13, was killed on Thursday after ‘Israeli ‘ occupation forces targeted a residential area in east of Khan, medics confirmed.

A day earlier, ‘Israel’s ‘ occupation army soldiers killed a 20-year-old Palestinian man near the electric fence of the Gaza’s border, medics said.

Gaza has been blockaded since 2007, which is a situation that has caused a decline in the standard of living, unprecedented levels of unemployment, and unrelenting poverty.
In addition to attacks on the Gaza Strip,’ Israel ‘ occupation denies about 1.7 million people in the besieged Gaza Strip their basic rights, including the freedom of movement and the right to education and the right to decent living, work, and health conditions.

Maan contributed to this report.