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Palestinian Dies Of Serious Injuries Suffered During Latest War On Gaza

author Sunday December 09, 2012 22:34author by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies Report post

The Palestinian Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip reported that a Palestinian man, who was seriously injured by Israeli shells during the recent war on Gaza, died of his wounds at an Egyptian hospital on Sunday evening.

Image By The Palestinian Information Center
Image By The Palestinian Information Center

The ministry said that the latest casualty of Israelís war was identified as Nader Zeidan An-Nahhal, 48.

The death of An-Nahhal raises the number of Palestinians killed by Israeli shells during the recent eight day war on Gaza to 179 while more than 1492 Palestinians have been injured, dozens seriously.

It is worth mentioning that 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, including those killed before the war, and that the number of injured Palestinians in the same month reached 1492.

The Ministryís Health Information Center said 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.

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