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Updated Report On The Israeli Massacres During The Military Attack On The Gaza Strip


Geneva – The Israeli forces has killed
and maimed many Palestinians in deliberate targeting of
unprotected homes with families inside in inhumane military
operations, Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor
said.
Since the beginning of the current Israeli bombing
blitz, the Israeli forces targeted 27 families: sixteen
homes of families were bombed and destroyed with families
being inside; two civil gatherings of family members were
targeted; a man and his wife were stuck inside their car;
and a man and his son were targeted in an agricultural
land.

So far, the reported incidents have left 78
Palestinians killed, including 30 children and 22
women.

The victims include husbands and wives, mothers
and siblings. Three mothers were also reportedly killed
along with their three or four children.

The death
toll is expected to rise as many victims are still buried
under the ruins due to the difficulties faced by the rescue
teams.
One of the the most horrific crimes was on Sunday,
March 16, at 1:00 p.m., when the Israeli warplanes fired
about 50 missiles at buildings, residential homes, and roads
in the Al-Rimal neighborhood, west of Gaza City. The raids
targeted a residential building belonging to Abu Al-Awf
family, another for the Al-Kulak family, and the Ministry of
Labor headquarters. The missiles killed 42 civilians,
including 10 children and 16 women, while 50 others were
wounded, including eight children, and 15 women.

This
horrific attack came a day after Israeli warplanes committed
a massacre by targeting Alaa Muhammad Abdel-Al Abu Hatab’s
home in Shati refugee camp, northwest of Gaza City, by at
least six rockets.

The home was completely destroyed
without prior notice. Abu Hatab’s family was killed
including his wife, their four children, his sister and her
three children who fled their home due to the heavy bombing
in east Gaza. Another child remains missing, only a
five-month-old infant has survived the deadly
attack.
According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health,
since last Monday, 10 May, 192 people have been killed,
including 58 children and 34 women, while 1,235 have been
wounded. The number is expected to increase as search and
rescue operations continue.

The attack was not an
isolated incident but another example of Israeli’s
systematic policy that we have witnessed over the past six
days.

In 2014, Euro-Med Monitor documented 144
incidents where at least two or more of the same family were
killed. The victims’ number reached 750 at that
time.

The reported attacks are part of hundreds of
Israeli air raids that destroyed 719 residential units and
partially destroyed at least 4,000 homes and facilities in
2014 attack.

The chart below includes a list of the
victims killed between Monday, May 10, 2021, to Sunday, May
16, 2021 (19:00).

Region Date Details Victims  
Jabalia 10May Agricultural
land bombing
Saber Ibrahim Mahmoud Suleiman, 38, and
his son Muhammad, 15
1
Beit
Hanoun
10 May Targeting a group of
people
Ibrahim Yusef Atallah Al-Masry, 11, and his
brother Marwan, six years
old
2
Beit Hanoun 10
May
Targeting a group of people Ahmed
Muhammad Atallah Al-Masry, 20, and his sister, Rahaf,
10
3
Gaza 11
May
 
Home bombing Amira Abd
al-Fattah Abd al-Rahman Subuh, 58, and her son, Abd
al-Rahman Yusef Ali Subuh,
19
4
Gaza 11
May
 
Home bombing Iyad Fathi Fayeq
Shrair, 45, his wife Layali Taha Abbas Shrair, 41, and their
daughter Linah, 16
5
Dair Al
Balah
11 May A farm bombing Munther
Abdul Karim Muhammad Baraka, 21, and his brother Manar, 18,
were killed
6
Gaza 11
May
Car bombing Nader Muhammad al-Ghazali,
47, and his nephew, Abd al-Salam Mahmoud Nabih al-Ghazali,
28
7
Gaza 12 May A
home bombing
Rima Saad Kamel Saad “Al-Telbani”,
31, and her son, Zaid Muhammad Oudeh Al-Telbani, five years
old
8
Gaza 12
May
 
Car targeting

Saeed Hashem
Saeed Al-Hattu, 67, and his wife Maysoon Zaki Hashem
Al-Hatu, 55

His two sons Muhammad and Yara were
injured.

9
Khan
Younes
12 May Home bombing

Miami
Abdullah Musa Arafa, 49, and her daughter Hadeel Khaled
Mahmoud Arafa, 28

Her father was
wounded.

10
North of
Gaza
13 May
 
Home
bombing

Abd al-Rahim Muhammad Abdullah
al-Madhoun, 62, and his wife Halima Ali Muhammad al-Madhoun,
65

Seven citizens are still missing and 33 citizens
were injured.

11
North of
Gaza
13 May Home bombing Ra’fat
Muhammad Ismail Ata al-Tanani, 39; his wife, Rawya Fathi
Hassan al-Tanani, 36; and their children, Ismail, seven
years old, Adham, four years old, Amir, six years old, and
Muhammad, three years
old
12
Al-Bureij camp 13
May
Home bombing Manar Khader Ahmad Issa
(Salama), 39, and her daughter, Lina Muhammad Mahmoud Issa,
13
13
Rafah 13
May
Home bombing Hoor Moamen Jamal
Al-Zamili, three years old, and her mother Kholoud Fouad
Farhan Al-Zamili, 27, who was
six-month-pregnant
14
Rafah 13
May
Home bombing

Siham Yusef Muhammad
al-Rantisi, 66, her grandson Ibrahim Muhammad Ibrahim
al-Rantisi,2, her son Raed Ibrahim Khamis al-Rantisi, 29,
and his wife Shaima Diab Muhammad al-Rantisi, 21

15
civilians were
wounded.

15
North
Gaza
14 May Home bombing Lamia
Hassan Muhammad Al-Attar, 27, and her three children, Islam
Muhammad Mahmoud Al-Attar, 8, Amira, seven years old, and
Muhammad Zain Al-Dinwho is
eight-month-old.
16
North
Gaza
14 May Home bombing

Fayza
Ahmed Muhammad Salama, 45

Her husband and son were
injured.

17
North
Gaza
14 May Home bombing Ahmed Hatem
Mahmoud Al-Mansi, 34, and his brother Yusef,
22
18
Gaza 15
May
 
Home bombing

Yasmin
Muhammad Khamis Abu Hatab, 31, and four of her children:
Yusef, 11, Maryam, eight years old, Bilal, nine years old ,
and Yamen, six years old.

The children’s aunt Maha
Muhammad Abdel-Al Abu Hatab (Al-Hadidi), 35, and three of
her children: Osama, six years old, Abdel-Rahman and Suhaib,
both 13, and Muhammad Subhi al-Hadidi. Her 11-year-old
child, Yahya, is still missing under the rubble.

Their
5-month-old baby brother has survived the attack.
Others
from the second family are still under the
rubble.

19
Gaza 16
May
 
Home bombing Ayman Tawfiq
Ismail Abu Al-Auf, 50, a doctor, and his two children:
Tawfiq, 17, and Tala,
13.
20.
Gaza 16
May
 
Home bombing Abeer Nimer Ali
Ashkuntna, 30, and three of her children: Yahya, 5, Dana, 9,
and Zain, 2. In addition to Riad Hassan
Ashkuntna.
21.
Gaza 16
May
 
Home bombing Reem Khalil Ahmad
Abu Al-Auf, 41, and her cousin, Rawan Alaa Sobhi Abu Al-Auf,
19.
22.
Gaza 16
May
 
Home bombing Fawaz Amin
Muhammad al-Qulaq, 63, and four of his children, including
two women: Abdul Hamid, 23, Reham, 33, Bahaa, 49, Sameh, 28,
and his wife, Ayat Ibrahim Khalil al-Qulq, 19, and their
child, Qusay, 6
months.
23.
Gaza 16
May
 
Home bombing Amal Jamil Salama
Al-Qalaq, 42, and three of her sons: Taher, 24, Ahmed, 16,
and Hanaa, 15, Shukri Amin
Al-Qalaq.
24.
Gaza 16
May
 
Home bombing Muhammad Mu’in
Muhammad al-Qulaq, 42, his brother Izzat, 44, and his two
children: Zaid, 8, and Adam,
3.
25.
Gaza 16
May
 
Home bombing Raja Sobhi Abu
Al-Auf (Al-Afranji) and her four children, Dima, Yazan,
Amir, Mira, and Rami
Al-Franji.
26.
Gaza 16
May
 
Home bombing Doaa Omar
Abdullah Al-Qulaq, 39, and her elderly relative, Saadia
Yusef Daher al-Qulaq,
84.
27.

Israel
continues its systematic policy, which targets residential
buildings and densely populated neighborhoods. The Israeli
government disregards the international humanitarian laws
and takes advantage of the international community’s failure
to hold it accountable for its violations.

Article 25
of the 1899 Hague Regulations provides: “The attack or
bombardment of towns, villages, habitations or buildings
which are not defended, is prohibited.”

Article 53
of the Fourth Geneva Convention also states that “Any
destruction by the Occupying Power of real or personal
property belonging individually or collectively to private
persons, or to the State, or to other public authorities, or
to social or cooperative organizations, is prohibited,
except where such destruction is rendered absolutely
necessary by military operations.”

According to
Article 147 of the Fourth Geneva Convention, the unjustified
destruction of properties is considered a grave breach of
the Convention. It is also considered a war crime according
to Article 8 (2) (b) of the International Criminal Court
(ICC)

The international community’s silence and the
European Union’s negative position towards the ICC’s
investigation into the war crimes carried out in the
occupied territories gave Israel the green light to continue
with its escalated violations against
Palestinians.

All acting powers should work to end
Israeli’s aggressive offensive on the people of Gaza and
act immediately to stop the military operations that are
claiming more civilian lives every hour.

The ICC
should monitor the ongoing Israeli violations in the Gaza
Strip, include them in their recent investigations into
Israel’s previous violations, and hold Israeli leaders and
soldiers
accountable.

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