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Gaza Ministry of Health Update 2pm

14 May, 2018 at 2pm

Gaza Ministry of Health

The toll of the injuries of the Great Peaceful March of Return resulting from the Israeli occupation attacks in the eastern Gaza Strip:

  • 18 martyrs

  • 918 injuries – 584 in hospitals, 334 treated at medical points

    Injuries
    74 injured children plus 1 martyr
    23 women

    Severity

  • 11 critical

  • 39 serious

  • 441 Medium

  • 427 minor


Cause of injuries
448 live bullets
3 metal-coated rubber bullets
64 fragments of the body
83 other injuries.
320 gas.

Place of injuries in the body
32 in the neck and head 

49 in the upper limbs
19 in the back and chest
18 in the abdomen and pelvis
413 in the lower limbs

320 inhalation gas
67 in multiple places

Direct targeting of medical staff and journalists.
1 injury – medical staff

8 injuries – journalists
1 vehicle partially damaged

MARTYRS NAMES

  1. Anas Hamdan Qdeih, 21 years, east of Khan Younis.

  2. Mus’ab Yousef Ibrahim Abu Laila, 28 years, east of Jabalia.

  3. Mohammed Ashraf AbuSettah, 26

  4. Obeida Salem Farhan, 30

  5. Ahmed Abu Daggah, 26

  6. Jihad Mofeed AlFarra, 30

  7. Izz al-Din Musa al-Sammak, 9 years, of Al-Bureij

  8. Izz al-Din Nahid al-Aweiti, 22 years, of Maan.

  9. Fadi Hassan Abu Salmi (Abu Salah) 30, Algerian, killed at Abasan al-Kabeer. Shot in the chest.

  10. Ahmed Awadallah, 24, East of Gaza

  11. Mohammed Fawzi Abu Luli, 20

  12. Hammad Mohammed Mahmoud AbdelAal

  13. Ahmed Adel Musa AlShaer, 16 years

  14. Abdelrahman Abdelrahman Ali Meqdad

  15. Unknown martyr at Al Najjar Hospital

  16. Shaher Al Madhoun

  17. Captain Musa Jaber Abu Hassanein, 36, Civil Defence – while saving injured near the eastern cemetery east of Gaza City.

 

 

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Football no fun anymore for the Bakr boys

by Julie Webb-Pullman
Source: Gaza SCOOP

Brothers Montasr (left) and Younis Khamis Bakr (Photo: Yousef Al Rantisi)

Brothers Montasr (left) and Younis Khamis Bakr (Photo: Yousef Al Rantisi)

Flashback. July 16, 2014.

Boys. Beach. Sun. Sea. Sand. Football. Fun. An ordinary summers’ day like that in any other coastal city in the world.

Bomb. Blood. Missile. Martyrs. Mayhem. Mourners. An ordinary summer’s day in Gaza 2014.

Three months later the world has all but forgotten the “Bakr Boys,” the group of cousins playing on the beach that afternoon. Four of them – Ismail, Zakaria, Ahed and Mohamed – were killed. Four more survived the horror, physically at least.

Montasr, Hamada, Sayed and Younis are all now out of hospital, and could even play football again, despite legs peppered with shrapnel scars. But they don’t. (more…)


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MOH Gaza Final Report

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MOH Gaza Update as at 1900 hrs on 21/08/2014

Israeli Aggression against Palestinians in Gaza Strip from 06-07-2014

Date of report:
21/08/2014 at 1900 hrs
Total number of victims:12,565 (2,083 Martyrs; 10,482 Injured)

Distributed As

Deaths: 2,083 – 561 children, 255 women, 98 over 60 years
Injuries: 10,482 – 3,189 children, 1,994 women, 388 over 60 years

Thousands farewell the three assassinated Qassam leaders at their funerals in Rafah today

Thousands farewell the three assassinated Qassam leaders at their funerals in Rafah today

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MOH Update as at 1700 hrs 07/07/14

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MOH Gaza update as at 2000 hrs on 04/08/2014

The Ministry of Health in Gaza reports the following statistics as at 2000 hours on Monday August 04, 2014.

Deaths: 1,865 – 429 children, 243 women 18-60 years, 79 persons over 60 years
Injuries: 9,536 – 2,877 children, 1,853 women 18-60 years, 347 over 60 years.
ICU: 153 patients

Unloading aid in Rafah today (Photo: Charlie Andreasson)

Unloading aid in Rafah today(Photo: Charlie Andreasson)

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In the name of humanity, stop the Israeli slaughter of innocents in Gaza

Press Release
Gaza Ministry of Health, Palestine
August 04, 2014

Medics remove a child from the rubble after the Israeli airstrike in Shaati camp today

Medics remove a child from the rubble after the Israeli airstrike in Shaati camp today

The Ministry of Health Gaza condemns in the strongest possible terms the Israeli breaking of the humanitarian ceasefire in a murderous attack on the Al-Bakri family home in Al-Shaati refugee camp in west Gaza City, killing an eight-year-old child and injuring 30 other people, mostly women and children.

This attack on a home in one of the most densely populated residential areas on earth only minutes after the commencement of a humanitarian ceasefire can only be seen as a calculated and deliberate attack on civilians. (more…)