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Friday, July 11

More On Suha Hamad Who Died Saving Her 4 Children From The Israeli Operation Gaza Genocide
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GAZA CITY (Ma'an) -- Suha Hamad, 25, scarified herself to 

save the lives of her four children. 

All the children survived but one of them, a toddler, is in the 


ICU. 

Suha took her last breath saving their lives; when the power 


went out at 11 p.m. Tuesday night Suha took three of her 

children to sleep the night in the room. She thought it was 

the safest in the house, their grandmother’s, when she 

went back to get her four-month-old baby.

It was at this moment that she was hit by a missile's 


shrapnel.

Mahdi Hamad, Suha’s father, said that “nobody called us to 


evacuate the house and there aren’t any resistance 

members around it.” 

“Glass was shattered behind the children and men fell into a 


big pool of blood.”

Her eyes full of pain and sorrow, Suha’s mother said: “Who 


do they have to live for when they lost both their mother 

and father?”

She added: “What crime have these children committed to 


be punished like that?”

Israeli targeted the Hamad family house killing six family 


members, Ibrahim Muhammad Hamad, 26, Mahdi 

Muhammad Hamad, 46, Fawziyeh Khalil Hamad 62, Dunia 

Mahdi Hamad, 16, and Suha Hamad, 25. 







Israeli warplanes bombed the home midnight Tuesday, 


killing a senior Islamic Jihad militant and five members of 

his family in the attack on the family's home. 

A Gaza health ministry spokesman said the attack killed 


Hafiz Hamad and five members of his family. 

Ashraf al-Qidra, spokesman for the Ministry of Health, 


confirmed the deaths of six relatives in the attack on the 

Hamad family home in Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza 

Strip. 

He identified them as Hafiz Mohammed Hamad, 30, Ibrahim 


Mamedhmed, 26, Mahdi Mohammed Hamad, 46, Fawzia 

Khalil Hamad, 62, Mehdi Hamad, 16, and Suha Hamad 25.

Israel's military did not immediately respond to calls seeking 


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