GAZA, August 24, 2014 (WAFA) – At least 12 Palestinians were killed on Sunday by Israeli airstrikes on Gaza while dozens others were injured, raising the total death toll to more than 2115, including at least 564 children, since the beginning of the aggression on July 8, according to medical statistics.
On Sunday afternoon, WAFA correspondent said an Israeli airstrike hit a civilian car in the western part of Gaza City, killing at least one Palestinian and seriously injuring three others.
One Palestinian was also killed, and another was injured as warplanes hit a motorbike in the northern Gaza Strip town of Beit Lahiya.
Meanwhile, at least four people were killed, including three children, while others were injured after Israeli jet fighters targeted a house in Tal az-Za’tar neighborhood in Jabaliya, in the northern Gaza Strip.
WAFA correspondent added that 18-months-old Zaina Zbu-Taqiya and 17-year-old Mohammad al-Khudari were killed and five others were injured, including some seriously, after Israeli jet fighters targeted a house in Sheikh Radwan neighborhood in Gaza City on Sunday.
Meanwhile, warplanes targeted a house in Deir el-Balah City, killing two Palestinians, whose identities are still unknown; the body of one of the fatalities was torn into pieces. 17 others were reported injured in the incident.
Earlier on Sunday, Yahia Abul-Amrin died of his injures which he sustained following Israeli targeting of his apartment in al-Maqousi Towers, to the northwest of Gaza City. Bader Abu-Mani’ was also killed and several others were injured in the same incident.
In the meantime, seven Palestinians from al-Ghalayini family were injured as Israeli jet fighters hit their house in the northwestern part of Gaza City.
Meanwhile, WAFA correspondent said warplanes hit many locations across Gaza, including apartments and agricultural areas.