Killed in Rafah

More than 60 Palestinians were killed as a result of the Israeli attack on the Rafah refugee camp between 16 and 25 May, according to Palestinian sources in Gaza.

    A Palestinian kisses the body of one of many killed in Rafah

    Below is a compilation of the names and ages of those killed in the assault on the small camp, based on information released by the Palestinian Health Ministry and supplied by the Palestinian news agency, WAFA.

    Ahmad Jamal Abu Said, 13
    Tamir Yunus Arja, 3
    Muhammad Musa Muwafi, 15
    Ihab Jamal Yusuf, 13
    Muhammad Azmi al-Buji, 13
    Hani Muhammad Mughair, 20
    Said Ibrahim Mughair, 23
    Asma Muhammad Mughair, 14
    Ahmad Muhammad Mughair, 10
    Muhammad Ahmad Mughair, 55
    Ramiz Jamal Abu Ghali, 23
    Fuad Khalid Abu Hashim, 19
    Hasan Khadir Awaja, 18
    Wail Subhi Abu al-Inain, 25
    Samih Yusuf Abu al-Jazar, 22
    Walid Musa Abu al-Jazar, 26
    Wail Muhammad Abu al-Jazar, 18
    Ahmad Muhammad al-Yaqubi, 19
    Ramzi Salah, 23
    Hamid Fayiz Abu Hamra, 18
    Mahmud Saadi Juma, 24
    Akram Abd al-Karim Abu Najja, 27
    Ashraf Hasan Qishta, 37
    Ibrahim Muhammad Darwish, 23
    Muhammad Khalil Jundi, 24
    Muhammad Abd al-Rahman Nawajha, 27
    Hani Muhammad Faqa, 17
    Tariq Ahmad Eid, 24
    Ibrahim Ismail Balawi, 18
    Ismail Balawi, 45
    Muhammad Jasir Shair, 17
    Ahmad Jasir Shair, 18
    Ziad Husain Shabana, 22
    Mahmud Ismail Abu Tuq, 34
    Muhammad Masud Zurub, 33
    Muhammad Mahmud Zurub, 42
    Yusuf Zahi Qahush, 35
    Ibrahim Jihad al-Qun, 18
    Taysir Zaki Kalub, 56
    Khalil Hasan Abu Saad, 37
    Sabr Ahmad Abu Libda, 18
    Usama Abd Allah Abu Nasir, 27
    Ala Musalim Eid, 18
    Walid Naji Abu Qammar, 12
    Muhammad Talal Abu Shair, 20
    Mahmud Tariq Mansur, 13
    Fuad Khamis al-Sakka, 31
    Mubarak Salim Hashash, 10
    Rajab Numir Barhum, 18
    Mahmud Fathi Daib, 22
    Yusuf Mahmud Maghari, 21
    Imad Fadil Maghari, 34
    Shadi Fayiz Maghari, 24
    Hamid Yasin Bahlul, 18
    Mahmud Najib Akhras, 18
    Jamal Awad Attar, 39
    Muhammad Ibrahim Khair, 27
    Khalid Abu Anza, 37
    Ahmad Abu Siam, 45
    Rawan Muhammad Abu Zaid, 3

    SOURCE: Aljazeera


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