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Friday, July 11

Israeli airstrikes kill dozens in Operation Gaza Genocide overnight thursday
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GAZA CITY (Ma'an) -- Israeli airstrikes across the besieged 

Gaza Strip killed over 30 Palestinians overnight Wednesday 

and Thursday, including a family of eight.

The latest Palestinian to die, Abdullah Abu Majrouq, from al-


Qassam Brigades, was killed in airstrike on his motorbike in 

Deir al-Balah.

An eight-year-old was killed in an airstrike in al-Hakar area 


in Deir al-Balah. The boy, Abdul Rahman Khattab, was killed 

after an Israeli airstrike on his home. 

Israeli warplanes fired a missile at a car in the northern 


Gaza Strip killing three Palestinians. A medical official 

confirmed that the remains of the victims were taken to 

Kamal Udwan Hospital.

Two of the men were identified as Mahmoud Waloud and 


Hazim Balousha.

One man was killed after an airstrike targeted a motorcycle 


south of Gaza City and another man Ahmed Zaher Hamdan 

died from his injuries after Israel targeted a group of men 

in Jabaliya.

A four-year-old baby girl, Yasmin Muhammad al-Mutawwaq, 


also succumbed to wounds sustained in an Israeli airstrike 

on Khan Younis overnight. 

Ismail Abu Jami, 19, was killed in a strike on Khan Younis 


and Abdullah Ramadan Abu Ghazal, five, was killed in an 

Israeli airstrike on Beit Lahiya, Gaza health ministry 

spokesman Ashraf al-Qidra said.

Israeli warplanes also targeted a residential house in al-


Nuseirat refugee camp in central Gaza, with no injuries 

reported.

In the southern Gaza Strip, an Israeli missile hit a residential 


building in Rafah. Three men were injured in a car traveling 

near the building.

Three men were injured, one seriously, in an airstrike 


targeting a motorcycle in Rafah. Another airstrike struck 

Gaza City, injuring two, while another airstrike targeted al-

Maghazi refugee camp in central Gaza.

Earlier, an airstrike hit a car in al-Nafaq street in Gaza City, 


killing three and injuring four.

Bahaa Abu al-Leil, 35, Wisam Qandil and Amir al-Fayoumi 


were identified as the victims. Islamic Jihad said in a 

statement that the men were fighters with the al-Quds 

Brigades.

Early Thursday, Israeli warplanes targeted a building in 


Khan Younis, killing eight members of the al-Hajj family. 

Over 30 people were injured in the strike.



Most of the victims were children, al-Qidra said, adding that 


Israeli forces bombed the building without a warning or 


asking them to evacuate.

Tariq al-Hajj, Najla al-Hajj, Aminah al-Hajj, Saad al-Hajj, 


Omar al-Hajj, Aminah al-Hajj, and Basimah al-Hajj, 57, 

were named as the victims.

Earlier, nine Palestinians were killed and at least 10 injured 


when Israel targeted Waqt al-Marah coffee shop on a Khan 

Younis beach.

Locals said dozens of people were watching the World Cup 


semi-final game when Israel fired a missile at the crowd.

Muhammad Khalid Qannan, his brother Ibrahim, Hamdi 


Kamil Sawali, Suleiman al-Astal, Ahmad al-Astal, Mousa al-

Astal and Muhammad al-Aqqad were identified as some of 

the victims.

Muhammad Ihsan Farawneh, 18, was found dead on 


Thursday under the rubble of the cafe.

Another airstrike in the al-Zawayda village in central Gaza 


killed four members of the Shalat family; a couple and two 

children.

The car had 'TV' clearly marked in red paint on the bonnet 


of the vehicle.

Early on Thursday the Israeli military said that during the 


course of the preceding day, "at least 82 rockets hit Israel" 

and 21 were intercepted.

The Israeli army said it launched raids on "322 targets" 


overnight, taking the total number of Hamas targets hit to 

750.

The United Nations Security Council will hold an emergency 


meeting on the crisis from 10:00 a.m., with UN Secretary-

General Ban Ki-moon due to give the latest about the 

situation on the ground, followed by closed-door 

consultations between the Council's 15 member states.

The meeting follows a request by Arab envoys.

Ban called the new wave of violence "one of the most 


critical tests the region has faced in recent years".

"Gaza is on a knife edge. The deteriorating situation is 


leading to a downward spiral which could quickly get beyond 

anyone's control," he said.

"The risk of violence expanding further still is real. Gaza, 


and the region as a whole, cannot afford another full-blown 

war."
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