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1033 killed in the ongoing offensive, at least 4580 wounded The Israeli army continued its offensiv

Source:IMEMC News
Date:15/01-2009

The Israeli army continued its offensive against the Gaza Strip and killed on Wednesday, the nineteenth day of the offensive at least twenty-two Palestinians. Dr. Muawiya Hassanen, of the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza, reported that 1033 Palestinians were killed, 4580 were wounded in the ongoing Israeli attacks.

On Wednesday at night, medical sources reported that five Palestinians were killed and at least seven were wounded when the army shelled the home of Abu Waheed Mousa, a civilian living in Al Sabra neighborhood in Gaza City.

 Another resident was killed when the army shelled Tal Al Hawa neighborhood.

Also, an UNRWA personnel was seriously wounded when the army shelled a clearly marked UN vehicle in Tal Al Hawa.

One resident was killed when the army shelled a residential tower, north of Gaza City. Eight medics and one cameraman were wounded in the attack.

Medical sources said that a Palestinian child died on Wednesday of wounds sustained three days ago after the army shelled his parents' home.

Another resident was killed in Al Boreij refugee camp and six other residents were wounded.

Four more Palestinians, including a 15-year old child, were killed when the army shelled Al Qarara in Rafah.

Two residents were killed and several others were wounded when the army shelled open areas and areas believed to include tunnels in Rafah.

Two women were killed and an 18-month old infant were killed in a shelling in Rafah. Five residents, including two children were wounded.

In Sheikh Radwan neighborhood, in Gaza City, the army shelled a four-story home inhibited by 50 family members, and killed two residents; one of them was 81 years old.

The Al Quds brigades, the armed wing of the Islamic Jihad, said that two of its fighters were killed; one of them in the former Nitzarim settlement and the second in Khuza'a town, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.

The Salah Ed Deen Brigades, the armed wing of the Popular resistance Committees, said that two brothers, both of its members, were killed in Rafah. A third fighter was seriously wounded after the army fired a missile at his motorcycle.

Medical sources in Al Shifa Hospital reported that three residents died at an Egyptian hospital of wounds sustained on December 27 when the army shelled a governmental facility.

The Al Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas, said that one of its fighters was killed after he broke into a home which was used as a hideout by the under-cover forces of the Israeli military; a number of soldiers were reportedly killed and wounded in the incident.

Furthermore, the Red Cross said that its medics uncovered two bodies buried under the rubble of a home shelled by the army on Wednesday evening.

Three fighters were killed at dawn in Jabalia and two fighters were killed in Al Sabra in Gaza City.

Three Palestinians were killed in Al Shaty' refugee camp, west of Gaza City, after the army fired severals shells at a number of homes. Several residents were injured in Al Tuffah neighborhood, east of Gaza City after the army shelled at least one home.