Israeli massacres have hit unprecedented rates as dozens of Palestinian citizens, including same-family members, were killed in the wave of Israeli airstrikes that rocked the Gaza Strip over the past seven days.
Palestinian medics said that Moussa Shahda Maamar, 60, along with his 23-year-old son, Saddam, and his daughter-in-law Hanadi, 27, were killed following the barrage of raids that hit their family home near al-Mustafa Mosque northwest of Rafah.
Other family members were left injured in the raids
Another massacre fell upon the Strip as Palestinian citizens Maher Thabet Abu Mour, 24, Muhammad Salem Abu Bris, 65, and 19-year-old Abdul Qader Muheissen were all mass-murdered in the wave of Israeli raids launched across the Gaza Strip.
Scores of civilians were rushed to hospital in Israeli random attacks against civilians’ homes and farmlands.
Another youngster, identified as Muhammad Abd al-Al, died overnight Sunday of wounds he sustained in an earlier Israeli airstrike that rocked his family home southwest of Gaza.
Israeli F16 fighter planes dropped two rockets on the home of Dr. Nasr al-Din al-Tetr, director of Dar al-Shifa medical center, west of Gaza, razing it to the ground.
Al-Nour mosque, west of Deir al-Balah and two governmental buildings were destroyed by Israeli rocket attacks while dozens of civilians sustained injuries throughout.
More than 10 homes were destroyed across the Strip.
Ashraf al-Qudra, Health Ministry spokesperson, said Abdullah Mahmoud Baraka, 24, died Monday afternoon in an Israeli airstrike on Khan Younis, south of the Strip.
Two more civilians, including a child were murdered in Khan Younis while a mosque was reduced to rubble in an Israeli drone attack.
A barrage of Israeli drone strikes on Abasan, took away the life of Thamer Qudeih, 23, while another youth sustained severe injuries in an Israeli drone attack in Bani Suheila.
Death toll of Palestinian citizens has gone up to 175, all mass-murdered in the Israeli military campaign that rocked the Strip over the past few days. Scores of civilians were left seriously wounded while dozens of homes and more than 20 mosques were reduced to rubble over the past seven days.