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191 Palestinians Killed, 1492 Injured In November

author Wednesday December 05, 2012 04:18author by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC News Report post

Including 48 Children

The Palestinian Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip reported that 191 Palestinians, including children, women and elderly, have been killed by Israeli military fire in Gaza in November, and that the number of injured Palestinians in the same month stands at 1492.

Children Killed By Israeli Fire In Gaza - alestqlal.com
Children Killed By Israeli Fire In Gaza - alestqlal.com

The Health Information Center of the Ministry reported that 48 children, including 16 under the age of five, have been killed by Israeli missiles and shells, in addition to 12 women and 20 elderly.

The Center added that 1492 Palestinians, including 533 children (195 under the age of 5), 254 women and 103 elderly have been injured by Israeli fire and shells.
Furthermore, four Palestinians have been killed after the ceasefire agreement was reached, and 54 have been injured.

The report revealed that %42 of the slain Palestinians were killed in the northern part of the Gaza Strip, %24 in central Gaza, %16 in northern Gaza, and %11 in Rafah ad %7 in Khan Younis districts, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.

The recent Israeli war on Gaza lasted for around eight days and ended with a ceasefire agreement mediated by Egypt and some other countries. Similar to previous wars that led to hundreds of casualties, the army bombarded homes, medical centers, civilian facilities and even media centers.

category gaza strip | human rights | news report author email saed at imemc dot org
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