Amir Rafat Mohammad Ayyad

November 13, 2019: Amir Rafat Mohammad Ayyad, 7, was one of 22 Palestinians killed in Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip on Wednesday November 13th. He was killed by an Israeli missile along with his father and his 24-year old brother, while they were driving on a motorcycle near their home.

The Palestinian Health Ministry reported that the ongoing Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip resulted in the deaths of 22 Palestinians, raising the number of slain Palestinians to 32 in two days, while more than 100 Palestinians have been injured.

Israeli forces carried out 50 airstrikes and 21 incidents of artillery shells targeting various areas of the Gaza Strip.

The Health Ministry in Gaza said the soldiers killed Mohammad Abdullah Sharab, 28, and Haitham Hafeth al-Bakri, 22, after firing a missile at them in Khan Younis, in southern Gaza. Both are members of the Al-Quds Brigades, the armed wing of the Islamic Jihad.

Two Palestinians were killed, on Wednesday afternoon, when the Israeli army fired missiles into an area east of Gaza city.

A Palestinian father, identified as Rafat Mohammad Awwad, and two of his children, Islam and Amir, were killed, and several others were injured, by Israeli missiles in the Tuffah neighborhood, east of Gaza city, in an earlier attack, and a fourth was also killed after the army fired a missile at him while driving his motorcycle in the Zeitoun neighborhood, south of Gaza city.

The Health Ministry said the soldiers killed Ala’ Eshteiwi, 32, in the Zeitoun neighborhood, and Khaled Awad Farraj, 38, was killed in the al-Mighraqa area, south of Gaza city, while many Palestinians were injured when the soldiers fired shells into farmlands, in addition to another Palestinian who was injured by Israeli shells in a playground in the Zeitoun neighborhood.

The soldiers also fired many shells into farmlands, east of the al-Boreij refugee camp, in central Gaza Strip, causing damage to surrounding homes.

Damage was also reported to a few homes, east of Deir al-Balah in central Gaza, when the Israeli air force fired a missile into a nearby land.

Furthermore, an Israeli F16 war jet fired one missile into a site in Sheikh Ejleen area, southwest of Gaza city, causing excessive damage to the site, and several surrounding homes.

The Israeli missiles and shells struck many homes, chicken farms, farmlands, markets for fruits and vegetables, parks near the Gaza sea, in addition to several sites run by armed resistance groups in Gaza, mainly those run by the al-Quds Brigades of the Islamic Jihad.

At least 48 Palestinians homes have been completely or partially damaged, and the army also fired missiles at seven motorcycles.

The strikes targeted various areas of the Gaza Strip but were mainly forced on Beit Lahia and Beit Hanoun, in northern Gaza, causing several injuries in addition to Gaza city and its surrounding areas, Khan Younis and Rafah in southern Gaza.

Several farmers were injured and were rushed to local hospitals after the army fired missiles into farmland in Beit Hanoun.

Furthermore, the Israeli army said it destroyed a site, reportedly used for manufacturing long-range rockets, and that the armed groups in Gaza have fired more than 250 shells into Israeli areas.

The spokesperson of the al-Quds Brigades, the army wing of the Islamic Jihad, which is the main target of the Israeli escalation, especially after the army started its latest military strike by assassinating a senior leader of the movement, identified as Baha’ Abu al-Ata, 42, and his wife, Asma’ Mohammad Abu al-‘Ata, 36, in addition to wounding their children, said that its respects the efforts invested by Arab countries to reach a truce, however, it is currently not willing to be part of any mediation talks.

It said that “it is sending a message to Israel, and once we are done with it, there will be a time for talking about calm.”

In another statement, the Brigades said it fired mortars at many Israeli tanks near which gathered near the perimeter fence in the eastern and northern parts of the Gaza Strip.

On its part, the spokesperson of the Israeli army said the current escalation might take several days.

The Palestinians, who were killed Wednesday, including a father and two of his children, have been identified as:

  1. Ibrahim Ayman Fathi Abul-‘Al, 17.
  2. Ismael Ayman Fathi Abul-‘Al, 16.
  3. Ahmad Ayman Fathi Abul-‘Al, 23.
  4. Khaled Mo’awwad Farraj, 38, central Gaza.
  5. Rafat Mohammad Ayyad, 54.
  6. his son Islam Rafat Mohammad Ayyad, 24.
  7. his other son Amir Rafat Mohammad Ayyad, 7.
  8. Soheil Khader Qneita, 28, Gaza.
  9. Ala’ Jabr Abed Eshteiwi, 32, Gaza.
  10. Mahmoud Dahham Hathat, 19, Gaza.
  11. Mo’men Mohammad Qaddoum, 26, Gaza.
  12. Mohammad Abdullah Sharab, 28, Khan Younis.
  13. Haitham Hafeth Bakri Wafi, 22, Khan Younis.
  14. Yousef Rizeq Khalid abu-Kamil, 35
  15. Ahmad Hassan al-Kordi, 25
  16. Mohammad Hassan abu-Mo’amar, 25

Ten Palestinians were killed on the first day of Israeli bombardment, Tuesday.

Amir was from the Gaza Strip. Source: IMEMC

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