Gaza Killings: Names and Faces of Those Killed by Israeli Forces This Week

SPOTLIGHT, 21 May 2018

Middle East Eye – TRANSCEND Media Service

Eight-month-old Laila is youngest Palestinian killed in Gaza on Monday 14 May, the deadliest day since 2014 war.

From left: Ahmed Alrantisi, Laila Anwar Al-Ghandoor, Ahmed Altetr, Alaa Alkhatib Ezz el-din Alsamaak, Motassem Abu Louley (screengrab)

16 May 2018 – Sixty-two people were either killed or died of wounds inflicted by Israeli forces in the Gaza Strip on Monday and Tuesday as thousands of Palestinians demonstrated across the occupied territory to mark the 70th anniversary of the Nakba.

As of Tuesday afternoon, the Gaza Ministry of Health released the names of 59 Palestinians killed:

  1. Laila Anwar Al-Ghandoor, 8 months old
  2. Ezz el-din Musa Mohamed Alsamaak, 14 years old
  3. Wisaal Fadl Ezzat Alsheikh Khalil, 15 years old
  4. Ahmed Adel Musa Alshaer, 16 years old
  5. Saeed Mohamed Abu Alkheir, 16 years old
  6. Ibrahim Ahmed Alzarqa, 18 years old
  7. Eman Ali Sadiq Alsheikh, 19 years old
  8. Zayid Mohamed Hasan Omar, 19 years old
  9. Motassem Fawzy Abu Louley, 20 years old
  10. Anas Hamdan Salim Qadeeh, 21 years old
  11. Mohamed Abd Alsalam Harz, 21 years old

From left: Fadi Abu Salah, Motaz Al-Nunu, Jihad Mohammed Othman Mousa, Mousa Jabr Abdulsalam Abu Hasnayn, Ezz Eldeen Nahid Aloyutey, Anas Hamdan Salim Qadeeh

  1. Yehia Ismail Rajab Aldaqoor, 22 years old
  2. Mustafa Mohamed Samir Mahmoud Almasry, 22 years old
  3. Ezz Eldeen Nahid Aloyutey, 23 years old
  4. Mahmoud Mustafa Ahmed Assaf, 23 years old
  5. Ahmed Fayez Harb Shahadah, 23 years old
  6. Ahmed Awad Allah, 24 years old
  7. Khalil Ismail Khalil Mansor, 25 years old
  8. Mohamed Ashraf Abu Sitta, 26 years old
  9. Bilal Ahmed Abu Diqah, 26 years old
  10. Ahmed Majed Qaasim Ata Allah, 27 years old

From left: Mahmoud Wael Mahmoud Jundeyah, Ibrahim Ahmed Alzarqa, Musab Yousef Abu Leilah, Jihad Mufid Al-Farra, Saeed Mohamed Abu Alkheir, Mohamed Hasan Mustafa Alabadilah (screengrab)

  1. Mahmoud Rabah Abu Maamar, 28 years old

23.Musab Yousef Abu Leilah, 28 years old

  1. Ahmed Fawzy Altetr, 28 years old
  2. Mohamed Abdelrahman Meqdad, 28 years old
  3. Obaidah Salim Farhan, 30 years old
  4. Jihad Mufid Al-Farra, 30 years old
  5. Fadi Hassan Abu Salah, 30 years old
  6. Motaz Bassam Kamil Al-Nunu, 31 years old
  7. Mohammed Riyad Abdulrahman Alamudi, 31 years old
  8. Jihad Mohammed Othman Mousa, 31 years old
  9. Shahir Mahmoud Mohammed Almadhoon, 32 years old
  10. Mousa Jabr Abdulsalam Abu Hasnayn, 35 years old

From left: Shahir Mahmoud Mohammed Almadhoon, Khalil Ismail Khalil Mansor, Mahmoud Saber Hamad Abu Taeemah, Mohamed Ashraf Abu Sitta, Mustafa Mohamed Samir Mahmoud Almasry, Obaidah Salim Farhan (screengrab)

  1. Mohammed Mahmoud Abdulmoti Abdal’al, 39 years old
  2. Ahmed Mohammed Ibrahim Hamdan, 27 years old
  3. Ismail Khalil Ramadhan Aldaahuk, 30 years old
  4. Ahmed Mahmoud Mohammed Alrantisi, 27 years old
  5. Alaa Alnoor Ahmed Alkhatib, 28 years old
  6. Mahmoud Yahya Abdawahab Hussain, 24 years old
  7. Ahmed Abdullah Aladini, 30 years old
  8. Saadi Said Fahmi Abu Salah, 16 years old
  9. Ahmed Zahir Hamid Alshawa, 24 years old
  10. Mohammed Hani Hosni Alnajjar, 33 years old
  11. Fadl Mohamed Ata Habshy, 34 years old
  12. Mokhtar Kaamil Salim Abu Khamash, 23 years old
  13. Mahmoud Wael Mahmoud Jundeyah, 21 years old
  14. Abdulrahman Sami Abu Mattar, 18 years old
  15. Ahmed Salim Alyaan Aljarf, 26 years old

From left: Mohammed Hani Hosni Alnajjar, Yehia Ismail Rajab Aldaqoor, Mohammed Riyad Abdulrahman Alamudi, Ahmed Adel Musa Alshaer, Fadl Mohamed Ata Habshy, Ismail Khalil Ramadhan Aldaahuk (screengrab)

    1. Mahmoud Sulayman Ibrahim Aql, 32 years old
    2. Mohamed Hasan Mustafa Alabadilah, 25 years old
    3. Kamil Jihad Kamil Mihna, 19 years old
    4. Mahmoud Saber Hamad Abu Taeemah, 23 years old
    5. Ali Mohamed Ahmed Khafajah, 21 years old
    6. Abdelsalam Yousef Abdelwahab, 39 years old
    7. Mohamed Samir Duwedar, 27 years old
    8. Talal Adel Ibrahim Mattar, 16 years old
    9. Omar Jomaa Abu Ful, 30 years old
    10. Nasser Ahmed Mahmoud Ghrab, 51 years old
    11. Bilal Badeer Hussein Al-Ashram, 18 years old

60 – 62: Unidentified

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