GAZA, PALESTINOW.COM — Ten Palestinian citizens were killed and 30 others injured on Tuesday in several Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health said that seven Palestinians were killed, including an Islamic Jihad leader, as Israeli warplanes bombed several targets in the Gaza Strip.
At dawn Israeli warplanes bombed the home of the Islamic Jihad leader Bahaa Abu Al-Ata in Gaza killing him and his wife.
A number of Palestinian homes and buildings were partially damaged in the attacks, including the headquarters of a human rights group which was directly hit with an Israeli missile.
The Ministry stated that the martyrs are Zaki Ghannameh (25 years old), Bahaa Abu ata (42 years old), Islamic Jihad leader, and his wife Asmaa Abu Ata (39 years old).
Israeli airplanes also killed Muhammad Hammoudeh (20 years old), Ibrahim Dabous (23 years old), Abdullah Balbisi (26 years old), Abdussalam Ahmad (28 years old), Muhammad Abu Shekel (31 years old), Rani Abu Naser (35 years old), and Jihad Abu Khater (22 years old).
45 Palestinians were also wounded, including 25 children, in the escalation which the Israelis claim to be targeting the resistance only.