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Woman Dies Of Wounds Suffered During Friday Morning Israeli Strike

author Friday November 16, 2012 14:44author by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies Report post

Palestinian medical sources in Gaza reported that a Palestinian woman died of serious injuries sustained on Friday morning, when the army bombarded Beit Lahia, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip. 23 Palestinians have been killed, and more than 245 have been injured since Israel launched its aggression Wednesday.

Tahrir Suleiman Killed - Image By Hoda Fadel Naim
Tahrir Suleiman Killed - Image By Hoda Fadel Naim

The sources said that Tahrir Suleiman, 22, succumbed to her injuries at a local hospital in the area.

She was injured when the Israeli army bombarded a home that belongs to Salman family in Beit Lahia; medics and rescue teams managed to rescue five of her family members who were buried under the rubble.

Earlier on Friday, the army fired several missiles into Jabalia town, in northern Gaza, killing two Palestinians, including one child; at least seven Palestinians, including children, have been injured when a missile fired by the Israeli army hit a home in Beit Lahia.

Also on Friday, Medical sources in Gaza reported that four Palestinians were wounded when the army fired shells near a home close to the western junction in Beit Lahia, in northern Gaza; they were all moved to the Kamal Odwan Hospital.

On Thursday evening, Hanin Tafesh, 10 months, died of wounds suffered when the Israeli army bombarded her home.

The number of Palestinians killed by the Israeli army since Wednesday has arrived at 23, while the number of wounded residents totals approximatley 252, including children, infants and women. Those civilians killed include children, women and elderly.

category gaza strip | israeli attacks | news report author email saed at imemc dot org

Child Killed In Gaza Friday - Image By Hoda Fadel Naim

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