Civilian Casualties

Civilian Casualties

Incident Code

ISPT1336

Incident date

December 1, 2023

Location

النصيرات, Nuseirat camp, Deir Al Balah, the Gaza Strip

Geolocation

31.450065, 34.392934 Note: The accuracy of this location is to Town level. Continue to map

Airwars assessment

An infant was killed by alleged Israeli bombing on the Al-Zahar family home in Nuseirat Camp in Deir Al-Balah on December 1, 2023.

The Palestinian Refugee Portal reported that a 5-month-old infant named Muhammad Hani Al-Zahar was killed by an Israeli bombing of his family’s house, and included names of the family members seen holding Muhammad’s body after it was taken to Al-Aqsa Hospital.

The pictures of the dead child were subject to online disinformation claiming the body was in fact a doll, with a number of Israeli and other publications later reporting such claims.

BBC Verify later reported that “an article by the Jerusalem Post, an influential Israeli newspaper, which showed an image of Muhammad in rigor mortis after his death and said it proved he was a doll. After a backlash, the paper removed the article from its website, saying on X (formerly Twitter) that the report “was based on faulty sourcing”.

Open source investigations platform Eekad Facts also fact-checked the accusation from Israeli and Arab accounts that the dead infant in the videos was just a doll used by Hamas to promote their agenda. Eekad Facts found that the original clip of a man carrying the infant was published on the account of Palestinian journalist “Hani Abu Rizq” on December 1st. The source also quoted the National Library of Medicine website who advise that “after death the skin becomes pale and gray, and the tension inside the eye is lost, which leads to its relaxation if left open”. Logically Facts also carried out a fact checking investigation with similar conclusions.

Journalist Mohannad Rasheed interviewed the mother of the child. Anadolu Agency also spoke with the grandfather of the infant, Attiya Abu Amra, and the mother, Asmahan Attia Al-Zahar. The Kashif Observatory also verified the validity of the videos of the infant as well as the report of the infants death by speaking with the child’s grandfather Attiya, who said that his daughter (the child’s mother) “was breastfeeding him and he was in good health and was not complaining of any harm, but they were subjected to shelling from artillery and tanks, forcing them to escape. They transferred the child to Al Awda Hospital, which asked them to transfer him to Al Aqsa Hospital so that his martyrdom would be announced.” Asmahan told Al Araby News that “Israeli artillery bombed the house next to their house, and that she ran outside carrying her infant, and she most likely thought he was still asleep, but he had been killed.”

According to @ShehabAgency, the infant was killed in Nuseirat camp while others referred to the location as the “Al-Mughraqa area”.

Where sources identified the belligerent responsible, all sources attributed the attack to Israeli forces.

Due to the scale and urgency of Airwars’ assessment process, all images have been automatically uploaded to each assessment with the graphic filter applied to protect users. We have also included all images identified from the sources, which may also include any imagery of combatants.

The local time of the incident is unknown.

The victims were named as:

Muhammad Hani Al-Zahar محمد هاني الزهار
0.5 years old male killed

Geolocation notes

Reports of the incident mention the Nuseirat (النصيرات) camp, for which the generic coordinates are: 31.450065, 34.392934. Due to limited satellite imagery and information available to Airwars, we were unable to verify the location further.

Summary

  • Strike status
    Likely strike
  • Strike type
    Airstrike and/or Artillery
  • Civilian infrastructure
    IDP or refugee camp, Residential building
  • Civilian harm reported
    Yes
  • Civilians reported killed
    1
  • (1 child)
  • Cause of injury / death
    Heavy weapons and explosive munitions
  • Airwars civilian harm grading
    Fair
    Reported by two or more credible sources, with likely or confirmed near actions by a belligerent.
  • Suspected attacker
    Israeli Military

Sources (28) [ collapse]

Media
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    Source: Muthana Al NAjjar
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    Source: @BenjaminGoggin
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Israeli Military Assessment:

  • Suspected belligerent
    Israeli Military
  • Israeli Military position on incident
    Not yet assessed

Summary

  • Strike status
    Likely strike
  • Strike type
    Airstrike and/or Artillery
  • Civilian infrastructure
    IDP or refugee camp, Residential building
  • Civilian harm reported
    Yes
  • Civilians reported killed
    1
  • (1 child)
  • Cause of injury / death
    Heavy weapons and explosive munitions
  • Airwars civilian harm grading
    Fair
    Reported by two or more credible sources, with likely or confirmed near actions by a belligerent.
  • Suspected attacker
    Israeli Military

Sources (28) [ collapse]

Incident Code

R4630

Incident date

November 25, 2023

Location

قوقفين, village of Qoqfin in Jabal al-Zawiya, Idlib, Syria

Airwars assessment

During the morning of Saturday, November 25, 2023, an artillery shelling allegedly perpetrated by Syrian regime forces and/or Russian forces on the village of Qoqfin in Jabal al-Zawiya, south of the town of Idlib, killed at least 10 and up to 11 civilians who were working in the olive fields harvesting olive crop, including at least seven children one woman and two men, and injured at least one woman, 50-year old Khadija Ibrahim. Khadija was the only survivor of the deadly attack in which she lost her husband and their three children.

All the victims were relatives and belonged either to one or two related families. Some sources reported that “several” civilians were injured. According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), nine people died immediately on the spot, and one child died later as a result of the inflicted injuries. SOHR added that the number of the victims could rise as some wounded were in serious condition. Later Twitter/X accounts @zelal_katee and @molhamteam reported that the number of the victims reached 11. The Twitter/X user @alaaaldin_yousf posted pictures from the funerals of the victims. According to Abdul Hamid Qatini, a volunteer in the Syrian Civil Defense, the attack happened in the morning.

The Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) reported that the Syrian regime artillery forces allegedly fired multiple shells at Qoqfin village. Referring to a local source, Rozana news informed that the artillery shelling came from the positions of Syrian regime forces in the Shulin area, close to the village. Enab Baladi news added that “the Syrian regime’s artillery and missile bombardment coincided with the flight of Russian reconnaissance planes over the area since the early hours of the morning”, so the Russian military might have allegedly supported this attack. Where sources identified the belligerent, the majority of the sources attributed the strike to Syrian regime forces, with a number of sources attributing the bombing to both Russian forces and Syrian regime forces, or to Russian forces only.

The Syrian Human Rights Committee (SHRC) news as well as the Facebook post by Omran Shnan included the names of the identified victims of the attack. 50-year old Abdullah Muhammad Al-Saeed, presumably Khadija Ibrahim’s husband, was killed together with their three children – four-year old Hussein Abdullah Al-Saeed, 12-year old Asmaa Abdullah Al-Saeed and 16-year old Ahmed Abdullah Al-Saeed. Among the victims was also 48-year old Aisha Muhammad Al-Saeed, 20-year old Ibrahim Abdullah Qadi, 15-year old Huda Abdullah Qadi, 16-year old Heba Abdullah Qadi and three-year old Amna Abdullah Qadi. It was reported by SHRC news that the tenth victim was not identified. The name of the child who died from the injuries later was not provided in the sources either.

The Syrian Civil Defense reported that its crew had recovered the bodies of some of the victims of the strike and transported the injured people to the hospital, amid “great difficulty in reaching them due to regime forces monitoring the area”. It also featured the injured Khadija Ibrahim being transported to the hospital.

Additionally, the Civil Defense posted on Twitter/X social media platform a video and pictures from the place of the deadly attack where one can see a cap and a toy horse, accompanying it with the words full of grief: “It was a place full of life and hope, the happiest moments after a year of waiting to harvest the olives, turned into a tragedy… everything was scattered… bodies, souls and dreams… a scene repeated every season and a different kind of war that haunts the residents in their daily livelihood.”

Journalist M. faisal (@mhmdfaisel) also shared an emotional video on Twitter/X social media platform where he was standing in the the olive fields holding a toy horse that belonged to one of the deceased children in his hands and speaking about the children who had lost their lives in this attack.

In another touching video shared by the Syrian Civil Defense, a young boy Ahmed who lost his mother and five siblings in this incident was shown crying “I want my mother… I want to see my mother.”

The incident occured in the morning.

The victims were named as:

Family members (10)

Abdullah Muhammad Al-Saeed عبدالله محمد السعيد
50 years old male killed
Khadija Ibrahim خديجة إبراهيم
50 years old female injured
Hussein Abdullah Al-Saeed حسين عبدالله السعيد
4 years old killed
Asmaa Abdullah Al-Saeed أسماء عبدالله السعيد
12 years old killed
Ahmed Abdullah Al-Saeed أحمد عبدالله السعيد
16 years old killed
Aisha Muhammad Al-Saeed عائشة محمد السعيد
48 years old killed
Ibrahim Abdullah Qadi إبراهيم عبد الله قدي
20 years old killed
Huda Abdullah Qadi هدى عبد الله قدي
15 years old killed
Heba Abdullah Qadi هبة عبدالله قدي
16 years old
Amna Abdullah Qadi أمنة عبد الله قدي
3 years old

Summary

  • Strike status
    Contested strike
  • Strike type
    Artillery
  • Civilian infrastructure
    Agriculture
  • Civilian harm reported
    Yes
  • Civilians reported killed
    10 – 11
  • (7 children1 woman2 men)
  • Civilians reported injured
    1–2
  • Cause of injury / death
    Heavy weapons and explosive munitions
  • Airwars civilian harm grading
    Contested
    Competing claims of responsibility e.g. multiple belligerents, or casualties also attributed to ground forces.
  • Impact
    Food
    Impact on services or infrastructure relating to education, health or food supply. See methodology note for details.
  • Suspected attackers
    Syrian Regime, Russian Military

Sources (53) [ collapse]

Media
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  • Source: @aboalhodaalhoms
  • Source: @molhamteam
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  • Source: @alaaaldin_yousf
  • Source: @alaaaldin_yousf
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  • Source: SNHR news
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    Source: Mohammed Al Abdo
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    Source: Mohammed Al Abdo
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Syrian Regime Assessment:

  • Suspected belligerent
    Syrian Regime
  • Syrian Regime position on incident
    Not yet assessed

Russian Military Assessment:

  • Suspected belligerent
    Russian Military
  • Russian Military position on incident
    Not yet assessed

Summary

  • Strike status
    Contested strike
  • Strike type
    Artillery
  • Civilian infrastructure
    Agriculture
  • Civilian harm reported
    Yes
  • Civilians reported killed
    10 – 11
  • (7 children1 woman2 men)
  • Civilians reported injured
    1–2
  • Cause of injury / death
    Heavy weapons and explosive munitions
  • Airwars civilian harm grading
    Contested
    Competing claims of responsibility e.g. multiple belligerents, or casualties also attributed to ground forces.
  • Impact
    Food
    Impact on services or infrastructure relating to education, health or food supply. See methodology note for details.
  • Suspected attackers
    Syrian Regime, Russian Military

Sources (53) [ collapse]

Incident Code

ISPT1234

Incident date

November 20, 2023

Location

مدينة حمد غرب خان يونس جنوب قطاع غزة, A residential apartment in Hamad Town, west of Khan Yunis, in the south of the Gaza Strip, Khan Younis, the Gaza Strip

Airwars assessment

On Monday, November 20 2023, between five and 15 civilians, including at least two children, were killed, and between 12 and 25 civilians, including at least five children and an elderly man, were injured in an alleged Israeli airstrike and/or artillery strike on a residential apartment in Hamad Town, west of Khan Yunis, in the Gaza strip.

Images posted of the alleged strike appeared to show an apartment on the fifth floor of a six-storey block being destroyed.

Airwars has identified the names of five of the casualties. In a post, the Hamad Residential City Facebook page shared the names as – the children Selina Muhammad al-Rayes and her sister Siwar Muhammad al-Rayes, Alia Ahmed al-Rayes, her sister Raghad Ahmed al-Rayes, and Ismail Youssef al-Rayes.

Among those killed were the two young sisters, Selina Muhammad al-Rayes and Siwar Muhammad al-Rayes. In a series of heartbreaking Facebook posts, their father, Mohammed Rayyes, mourned that he had lost “the most beautiful, precious, and beloved blessings” in his life – his daughters, the “darlings of my heart”, and “the most beautiful thing my Lord has created” – and shared an image of him with his two daughters laughing. On December 31, 2023, Mohammed Rayyes dedicated two posts to each of his daughters. Sharing a picture of him carrying young Selina, he said, “Oh my soul, Selina, may God give me patience to leave you, father. The beloved of my soul and my life, I swear. The martyr, the soul of my heart, Selena.” In the other post, he shared a picture of him and Siwar, a small toddler with a radiant smile, and said, “The soul of the soul, the pulse, the passion, the love, and the beauty of the love Siwar. May God give me patience to leave you, my father’s heart, and soul. My martyr soul mate, my beloved love bracelet.” Mohammed Rayyes also shared videos of the children – one showed the two little girls laughing joyously with their father and playing with their toys, another showed little Siwar combing her fathers hair, and a final one showed the bodies of the two little children wrapped in white shrouds.

Anhar al-Rayes named his cousins, Alia Ahmed al-Rayes and Raghad Ahmed al-Rayes, as further casualties in the incident, and called Siwar and Selina as “Zizi’s daughters.” In the post, he asked, “May God accept them as martyrs and strengthen our hearts”, and termed the alleged attack as an “assassination of childhood on childhood day” – November 20th, the day of the alleged bombing, is celebrated as World Children’s Day.

Initial reportage from Shehab Agency stated that the bodies of three individuals killed and 12 injured had arrived at the Nasser Hospital following “an Israeli raid on Hamad Residential City in Khan Yunis”, with a later update to the death toll stating five were killed in the alleged bombing – this information was corroborated by Safa News, Quds Press and sources on social media. Quds further stated that children were among the casualties of the bombing, with Quds, Safa and other sources on social media sharing images of injured children being treated at Nasser Hospital, and other injured (including children and an elderly man) being carried into the hospital.

Anadolu Agency stated that according to local sources reporting to Wafa news agency, “Israeli warplanes fired dozens of missiles at the Hamad residential city, northwest of Khan Yunis, killing dozens of citizens, most of them children and women, and injuring others.” Twitter/X user @SamiaBelounis1 alleged that most of the casualties were “innocent children”, citing a death toll of eight “so far.” Similar claims were made by @rida_ehab, who alleged that most of the casualties were “children and infants” and shared an image of injured children being carried into Nasser Hospital. An image shared by @Bernadotte22 showed two infants being treated by healthcare workers, while a graphic video shared by @AhmedAbofoul showed a heavily injured infant being carried on a stretcher, with the caption “Several killed and injured, including children” in the alleged attack. Another video, shared by @HollowDreams0, showed injured civilians, including children, being carried into Nasser Hospital, and a heavily injured child being treated by medical workers. Twitter/X user @MilitaryPOV stated that there was a total of 15 killed and 25 injured as a result of the alleged bombing, sharing a video of a crowd gathering near the site of the reported strike, with emergency workers carrying the injured out of the area – @MuhammadSmiry corroborated the casualty figures, alleging that “this is the second apart in the same area.”

According to the Hamad Residential City Facebook Page, the fourth floor of Tower G3 was allegedly bombed – a video shared by the page showed the tower still standing but the floor destroyed. Images shared by Twitter/X user @PkSignofPeace showed the tower with the fourth floor and a part of the floor above it destroyed. Other videos shared by the Hamad Residential City page showed what was purportedly the aftermath of the strike, with dust covering the area in the darkness, emergency workers carrying the bodies of killed and/or heavily injured children, and ambulances rushing in amongst the screams and chaos, and a video of the injured being rushed into the hospital, including at least three children. Twitter/X user @msbnoun posted a video with the caption “This is the horrifying scenes coming out of Hamad City, west of Khan Yunis. No electricity, no disaster equipment to rescue the injured. This is absolutely heartbreaking to watch.”

Where possible, names have been reconciled with published Palestinian Ministry of Health lists. With thanks to journalist Alexandre Horn from CheckNews for identifying relevant sources, and Data Tech for Palestine for centralising the datasets.

Where sources identified the belligerent, all sources attributed the strike to Israeli forces.

Due to the scale and urgency of Airwars’ assessment process, all images have been automatically uploaded to each assessment with the graphic filter applied to protect users. We have also included all images identified from the sources, which may also include any imagery of combatants.

The local time of the incident is unknown.

The victims were named as:

Family members (5)

Selina Muhammad Al-Rayes سيلينا محمد الريس
Child female killed Matched to MoH ID 44074234
Siwar Muhammad Al-Rayes سوار محمد الريس
Child female killed Matched to MoH ID 44074235
Alia Ahmed Al-Rayes عليا أحمد الريس
female killed Matched to MoH ID 44074230
Raghad Ahmed Al-Rayes رغد أحمد الريس
female killed Matched to MoH ID 44074232
Ismail Youssef Al-Rayes اسماعيل يوسف الريس
killed

Summary

  • Strike status
    Likely strike
  • Strike type
    Airstrike and/or Artillery
  • Civilian infrastructure
    Residential building
  • Civilian harm reported
    Yes
  • Civilians reported killed
    5 – 15
  • (2–4 children)
  • Civilians reported injured
    12–25
  • Cause of injury / death
    Heavy weapons and explosive munitions
  • Airwars civilian harm grading
    Fair
    Reported by two or more credible sources, with likely or confirmed near actions by a belligerent.
  • Suspected attacker
    Israeli Military

Sources (41) [ collapse]

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    Source: @hijjwiofficial
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    Source: @SafaPs
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    Source: Mohammed rayyes
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    Source: Official journalist adel zourob
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    Source: Mohammed rayyes
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    Source: Mohammed rayyes
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    Source: January 22nd, 2024
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    Source: Mohammed rayyes
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    Source: Mohammed rayyes
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    Source: @FactualNarrator
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Israeli Military Assessment:

  • Suspected belligerent
    Israeli Military
  • Israeli Military position on incident
    Not yet assessed

Summary

  • Strike status
    Likely strike
  • Strike type
    Airstrike and/or Artillery
  • Civilian infrastructure
    Residential building
  • Civilian harm reported
    Yes
  • Civilians reported killed
    5 – 15
  • (2–4 children)
  • Civilians reported injured
    12–25
  • Cause of injury / death
    Heavy weapons and explosive munitions
  • Airwars civilian harm grading
    Fair
    Reported by two or more credible sources, with likely or confirmed near actions by a belligerent.
  • Suspected attacker
    Israeli Military

Sources (41) [ collapse]

Incident Code

ISPT1238

Incident date

November 20, 2023

Location

مدرسة البريج في مخيم البريج, Bureij Preparatory School for Boys, Deir Al Balah, the Gaza Strip

Geolocation

31.439399, 34.408896 Note: The accuracy of this location is to Exact location (via Airwars) level. Continue to map

Airwars assessment

At around midday on Monday, November 20th 2023, an alleged Israeli bombing of the Bureij Preparatory School for Boys located in the Block 12 of the Bureij refugee camp in the Gaza Strip reportedly killed at least 12 civilians, including children and women, and injured at least 35 civilians. The school, run by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Refugees (UNRWA), provided shelter for about two thousand displaced people fleeing from Central and Northern Gaza, according to the Hamas-affiliated Quds News Network report.

Al Jazeera’s correspondent Hani Mahmoud reported that although there was a UNRWA flag on the roof of the affected school building, the Israeli armed forces still allegedly bombed it. The Twitter/X accounts Palestine Now (@PalestineNW) and @AlarabyT shared videos showing the aftermath of the attack where broken furniture in the school’s yard and traces of blood on the ground were to be seen.

According to the video shared by the Twitter/X account of the Palestinian Refugee Portal, the attack happened at lunch time when people staying at the school’s premises were cooking. A young Palestinian girl in the video shared by the Twitter/X account @AlQastalps also said that “we were making food when a large bomb came upon us.” A young boy featured in the video by the Twitter/X account @M0SC0W0 said that during the bombardment he was staying at the school and was drinking water while @qudsn spoke with a man who “went to the market and came back and found his children had been bombed.

Referring to the Hamas statement where Hamas had called for an immediate action “to stop the targeting of civilians in schools protected under international law”, Anadolu Agency reported that more than 10 civilians were killed in the bombing. RT Arabic and Middle East Eye reported about 12 victims while Arabi 21 and Quds News Network estimated the total number of deaths as 15. Al Jazeera wrote that there were at least 20 killed civilians. Twitter/X user @PalinfoAr shared a heartbreaking video of a mother searching for her children among the dead bodies wrapped in white cloth.

Airwars identified the names of two of the victims killed in the attack  – Sami Mohammed Kalab and Bashir Othamn. Both names were identified from videos and images showing the body bags of the victims.

As no clear information was yet available regarding the number of children killed, and as several sources reported that the majority of the victims were children, Airwars estimated between six and 10 children killed – half of the total numbers of victims reportedly killed.

Dozens of civilians, most of them children, were also reportedly wounded in the attack on the UNRWA school. The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) reported about 35 injured civilians. The Telegram channel of Quds News Network and a Twitter/X account @fouadkhreiss shared videos of the injured children being transported to a hospital. A Twitter/X account @EyeonPalestine shared an emotional video of a young Palestinian boy taking care of his sister injured in the school’s bombing. Al-Jazeera Gaza published a video showing the damage inside the school on Facebook where an eye-witness interviewed  said that women were also among the victims – without providing a number. As such, Airwars estimated that 17 children were injured and at least two women were killed, and two other women injured in the attack. These estimations will be updated once more information comes to light.

The sources differed in their reporting on the nature of the deadly strike. While OCHA, Arabi 21, Safa News and Quds News Network reported that the school was hit by artillery fire, Anadolu Agency referring to a Hamas statement as well as Middle East Eye wrote that it was an airstrike allegedly perpetrated by the Israeli military.

Where sources identified the belligerent, all sources attributed the strikes to Israeli forces. The Israeli military did not comment on the strike.

Due to the scale and urgency of Airwars’ assessment process, all images have been automatically uploaded to each assessment with the graphic filter applied to protect users. We have also included all images identified from the sources, which may also include any imagery of combatants.

The incident occured at approximately 11:52 am local time.

The victims were named as:

Sami Mohammed Kalab سامي محمد كلاب
Age unknown male killed
Bashir Othamn بشير عثمان
Age unknown male killed

Geolocation notes (3) [ collapse]

Reports of the incident mention the Bureij Preparatory School for Boys (مدرسة البريج في مخيم البريج) in Bureij (البريج). Analysing audio-visual material from sources, we have narrowed the location down to the following exact coordinates: 31.439399, 34.408896.  

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Summary

  • Strike status
    Likely strike
  • Strike type
    Airstrike and/or Artillery
  • Civilian infrastructure
    IDP or refugee camp, School, UN facility
  • Civilian harm reported
    Yes
  • Civilians reported killed
    12 – 20
  • (6–10 children2 women)
  • Civilians reported injured
    35
  • Cause of injury / death
    Heavy weapons and explosive munitions
  • Airwars civilian harm grading
    Fair
    Reported by two or more credible sources, with likely or confirmed near actions by a belligerent.
  • Impact
    Education
    Impact on services or infrastructure relating to education, health or food supply. See methodology note for details.
  • Suspected attacker
    Israeli Military

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Israeli Military Assessment:

  • Suspected belligerent
    Israeli Military
  • Israeli Military position on incident
    Not yet assessed

Summary

  • Strike status
    Likely strike
  • Strike type
    Airstrike and/or Artillery
  • Civilian infrastructure
    IDP or refugee camp, School, UN facility
  • Civilian harm reported
    Yes
  • Civilians reported killed
    12 – 20
  • (6–10 children2 women)
  • Civilians reported injured
    35
  • Cause of injury / death
    Heavy weapons and explosive munitions
  • Airwars civilian harm grading
    Fair
    Reported by two or more credible sources, with likely or confirmed near actions by a belligerent.
  • Impact
    Education
    Impact on services or infrastructure relating to education, health or food supply. See methodology note for details.
  • Suspected attacker
    Israeli Military

Sources (35) [ collapse]

Incident Code

ISPT1177a

Incident date

November 17, 2023

Location

ساحة الشوا, Shawa Square, Gaza, the Gaza Strip

Geolocation

31.506944, 34.467778 Note: The accuracy of this location is to Nearby landmark level. Continue to map

Airwars assessment

At least 46 people were killed, including women, children and a journalist, and at least five others were injured, including three journalists, by alleged Israeli airstrikes on the Al-Sawaf family home in Shawa Square in the Al-Tiffah neighborhood east of Gaza City at 11:15pm on November 17, 2023.

On January 14, 2024, Airwars’ researchers spoke with Shimaa Musfafa Al Sawaf, daughter of the owner of the house, who provided the names of those killed and injured by the strike on her family’s home.

From the family of Mustafa Hosni Al-Sawaf (father of Shimaa Musfafa Al Sawaf who provided the details), Mustafa Hosni Al-Sawaf was killed along with his wife Maha Youssef Al-Jayar, along with their sons Mahmoud Mustafa Al-Sawaf and Ahmed Mustafa Al-Sawaf. Mahmoud’s wife Zein Mahmoud Al-Sawaf was also killed, along with their children Baraa Mahmoud Al-Sawaf, Maha Mahmoud Al-Sawaf, and Karam Mahmoud Al-Sawaf. Ahmed’s son Omar Ahmed Al-Sawaf and daughter Shahad Ahmed Al-Sawaf were also among those killed. Mustafa and Maha’s other three sons Mohammed Al-Sawaf, Marwan Mustafa Al-Sawaf and Montaser Mustafa Al-Sawaf were injured in the strike, but Marwan and Montaser were later killed in another incident on December 1st (see incident ISPT1345 for details).

A woman named Saleha Mahmoud Al-Sawaf was also killed, with her son Muhammad Mahmoud Al-Sawaf, Muhammad’s wife Hanaa Jamal Al-Batsh, along with their sons Obaida Muhammad Al-Sawaf, Osama Muhammad Al-Sawaf and Ahmed Muhammad Al-Sawaf, along with Saleha’s other grandson Mustafa Hatem Al-Sawaf.

Mustafa Hosni Al-Sawaf’s brother Khamis Hosni Al-Sawaf was killed along with his wife Magda Al-Sawaf and their children Hanadi Khamis Al-Sawaf, Ramez Khamis Al-Sawaf, and Youssef Khamis Al-Sawaf. Ramez’s wife Samah Magdy Al-Helou was also killed, in addition to their daughter Basmala Ramez Al-Sawaf. Youssef’s wife Shahinda Al-Batsh, and children Suhaib Youssef Al-Sawaf, Mahmoud Youssef Al-Sawaf, and Sham Youssef Al-Sawaf were also killed.

Another member of the Al-Sawaf family named Kafa Ahmed Al-Sawaf was killed, alongside her son Abdul Karim Ahmed Al-Sawaf, his wife Suhaila Al-Sawaf, and their children Al-Hassan Abdul Karim Al-Sawaf, Basant Abdul Karim Al-Sawaf, and Ahmed Abdel Karim Al-Sawaf. 

From Nima Al-Sawaf’s family, Nima Al-Sawaf was killed, in addition to her daughter Asma Abd al-Rahman al-Sawaf and son Izz al-Din Abd al-Rahman al-Sawaf.

A man named Nabil Salah Al-Sawaf was killed with his wife Inam Al-Sawaf, and their daughter Lama Nabil Al-Sawaf. 

Muhammad Fouad Al-Sawaf and Muhammad Salama Al-Sawaf were both injured in the strike, and were later killed in another strike on December 1st (see incident ISPT1345 for details).

In addition to the members of the Al-Sawaf family who were killed and injured, eight displaced civilians who were sheltering with the family were killed. @nissren_jaber reported that the building contained 150 displaced people at the time of the strike.

Mustafa Hosni Al-Sawaf (also referred to as Dr. Mustafa) was described by different sources as a journalist and a writer, with one source adding that “we learned from him at the beginning the path towards media life and media appearance”. Anadolu Agency also posted a condolence message for Mustafa, referring to him as a “journalist and political analyst” and “the great journalist and writer Mustafa”. Palestinian Ministry of Culture mourned the loss of Mustafa, pointing out that he “is considered one of the most famous Palestinian media figures and analysts, and has written hundreds of writings and analyzes on Palestinian political affairs.” Literary Hub described Mustafa as “the editor-in-chief of several newspapers and was founder and editor-in-chief of the first daily newspaper published in the Gaza Strip. Al-Sawaf also published a number of books, including a six-part series of articles, Days of Rage (2005), and a collection of political short stories, There Was a Householder (2017).” However, an Israeli Journalist named Roi Kais reportedly accused Mustafa of being sympathetic to Hamas.

According to @HuDa_NaIm92 (who initially reported that Montaser Mustafa Al-Sawaf was killed), Montaser was a photojournalist for Anadolu Agency, and included an image of him in a press vest with an AA microphone. Montaser posted a few days later on his own Facebook page that more than 45 people had been killed in the strike, “including my mother, father, my two brothers, and all of their children,” and that “I was injured in the face. Unfortunately, I have not yet found a doctor to treat me, as I am in Gaza City and there is no hospital for treatment, not even doctors” along with an image of his swollen and injured face.

A tweet from @Bashar_Hamdan referred to his friend as director Muhammad Al-Sawaf, adding that Muhammad’s family was filled with hope that the Arab countries would stop the conflict in Gaza, but instead were killed and injured. Anadolu Agency identified Muhammad as the director of Atef Multimedia Agency.

Another son of Mustafa and his wife Maha who was injured in the strike named Marwan Mustafa posted a condolence message to his “beloved” father, his mother who “left my heart”, his “beloved brother” Mahmoud and “the father of a kind heart” Ahmed, as well as a total of 47 people from his family who had been killed. According to Shireen Observatory, Marwan was born on January 12th, 1993 (he was 30 years old), he studied technology at the University College of Applied Sciences – Gaza and he worked at both the college and for Alef Multimedia, and he was pictured in a press vest.

Al Mayadeen News spoke with a witness who said that the strike occurred at 11:15pm on November 17th.

According to @Gazanow12345, a “massive fire” broke out at the location of the strike. Al Mayadeen also spoke with an eyewitness who said that “bodies were scattered tens of meters away from the targeted building” and that city residents were calling on rescue workers to extinguish the fire and rescue those trapped under the rubble.

*The youngest generation of each family have been counted as children until additional information comes out about the ages of victims.

Where sources identified the belligerent, all sources attributed the strikes to Israeli forces.

Due to the scale and urgency of Airwars’ assessment process, all images have been automatically uploaded to each assessment with the graphic filter applied to protect users. We have also included all images identified from the sources, which may also include any imagery of combatants.

The incident occured at 23:15:00 local time.

The victims were named as:

Family members (45)

Mustafa Hosni Al-Sawaf مصطفى حسني الصواف
Adult male killed
Maha Youssef Al-Jayar مها يوسف الجيار
Adult female killed
Mohammed Al-Sawaf محمد الصواف
Adult male injured
Mahmoud Mustafa Al-Sawaf محمود مصطفى الصواف
Adult male killed
Zein Mahmoud Al-Sawaf زين محمود الصواف
Adult female killed
Baraa Mahmoud Al-Sawaf براء محمود الصواف
male killed
Maha Mahmoud Al-Sawaf مها محمود الصواف
female killed
Karam Mahmoud Al-Sawaf كرم محمود الصواف
male killed
Ahmed Mustafa Al-Sawaf أحمد مصطفى الصواف
Adult male killed
Shahad Ahmed Al-Sawaf شهد أحمد الصواف
female killed
Omar Ahmed Al-Sawaf عمر احمد الصوف
male killed
Montaser Mustafa Al-Sawaf منتصر مصطفى الصواف
Adult male injured
Marwan Mustafa Al-Sawaf مروان مصطفى الصواف
30 years old male injured
Saleha Mahmoud Al-Sawaf صالحة محمود الصواف
Adult female killed
Mustafa Hatem Al-Sawaf مصطفى حاتم الصواف
killed
Muhammad Mahmoud Al-Sawaf محمد محمود الصواف
Adult male killed
Hanaa Jamal Al-Batsh هناء جمال البطش
Adult female killed
Obaida Muhammad Al-Sawaf عبيدة محمد الصواف
male killed
Osama Muhammad Al-Sawaf أسامة محمد الصواف
male killed
Ahmed Muhammad Al-Sawaf أحمد محمد الصواف
male killed
Khamis Hosni Al-Sawaf خميس حسني الصواف
Adult male killed
Magda Al-Sawaf ماجدة الصواف
Adult female killed
Hanadi Khamis Al-Sawaf هنادي خميس الصواف
Adult female killed
Ramez Khamis Al-Sawaf رامز خميس الصواف
Adult male killed
Samah Magdy Al-Helou سماح مجدي الحلو
Adult female killed
Basmala Ramez Al-Sawaf بسملة رامز الصواف
female killed
Youssef Khamis Al-Sawaf وسف خميس الصواف
Adult male killed
Shahinda Al-Batsh شاهيندا البطش
Adult female killed
Suhaib Youssef Al-Sawaf صهيب يوسف الصواف
male killed
Mahmoud Youssef Al-Sawaf محمود يوسف الصواف
male killed
Sham Youssef Al-Sawaf شام يوسف الصواف
female killed
Kafa Ahmed Al-Sawaf كفا أحمد الصواف
Adult female killed
Abdul Karim Ahmed Al-Sawaf عبد الكريم أحمد الصواف
Adult male killed
Suhaila Al-Sawaf سهيلة الصواف
Adult female killed
Al-Hassan Abdul Karim Al-Sawaf الحسن عبد الكريم الصواف
male killed
Basant Abdul Karim Al-Sawaf بسنت عبدالكريم الصواف
female killed
Ahmed Abdel Karim Al-Sawaf أحمد عبدالكريم الصواف
male killed
Nima Al-Sawaf نعمة الصواف
Adult female killed
Izz al-Din Abd al-Rahman al-Sawaf عزالدين عبدالرحمن الصواف
male killed
Asma Abd al-Rahman al-Sawaf أسماء عبد الرحمن الصواف
female killed
Nabil Salah Al-Sawaf نبيل صلاح الصواف
Adult male killed
Inam Al-Sawaf أنعام الصواف
Adult female killed
Lama Nabil Al-Sawaf لمى نبيل الصواف
female killed
Muhammad Fouad Al-Sawaf محمود فواد الصواف
male injured
Muhammad Salama Al-Sawaf محمود سلامة الصواف
male injured

Geolocation notes

Reports of the incident mention Shawa Square (ساحة الشوا) to the east of Gaza city (غزة), for which the generic coordinates are: 31.506944, 34.467778. Due to limited satellite imagery and information available to Airwars, we were unable to verify the location further.

Summary

  • Strike status
    Likely strike
  • Strike type
    Airstrike
  • Civilian infrastructure
    Residential building
  • Civilian harm reported
    Yes
  • Civilians reported killed
    46 – 48
  • (19 children12 women9 men1 journalist)
  • Civilians reported injured
    5
  • Cause of injury / death
    Heavy weapons and explosive munitions
  • Airwars civilian harm grading
    Fair
    Reported by two or more credible sources, with likely or confirmed near actions by a belligerent.
  • Suspected attacker
    Israeli Military

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Israeli Military Assessment:

  • Suspected belligerent
    Israeli Military
  • Israeli Military position on incident
    Not yet assessed

Summary

  • Strike status
    Likely strike
  • Strike type
    Airstrike
  • Civilian infrastructure
    Residential building
  • Civilian harm reported
    Yes
  • Civilians reported killed
    46 – 48
  • (19 children12 women9 men1 journalist)
  • Civilians reported injured
    5
  • Cause of injury / death
    Heavy weapons and explosive munitions
  • Airwars civilian harm grading
    Fair
    Reported by two or more credible sources, with likely or confirmed near actions by a belligerent.
  • Suspected attacker
    Israeli Military

Sources (21) [ collapse]

Incident Code

ISPT1122

Incident date

November 15, 2024

Location

مسجد احياء السنة في حي الصبرة, Ihyaa al-Sina Mosque, al-Daghamsha, al-Sabra, south of Gaza City, Gaza, the Gaza Strip

Airwars assessment

At least 64 people were killed and at least six others were injured after an alleged Israeli airstrike on the Ihyaa al-Sina mosque in the al-Daghamsha neighbourhood of al-Sabra, south of Gaza City.

The Palestinian News Agency reported “around 50” people had been killed, which Arabi 21 News corroborated. Many of those who were identified were members of the Daghmush family, who were responsible for the mosque’s construction and were highly involved in the community. Airwars identified the names of 61 members of the family, and the identity of at least three others killed. Ahram Online News reported that the mosque had been housing “hundreds of displaced individuals” at the time of the strike.

The names of victims listed below were found through open source research. The patriarch of the family, Saleh Daghmush, was killed, along with his son—who remains unnamed—and the son’s family. Saleh’s two brothers, Fatah Ashour Daghmush and Fayek Ashour Daghmush were also killed. Fayek’s sons, Asali and Rasheed, were initially reported killed, but later learned to be injured. Other family members were killed: Ashour Hafez Daghmush, Tawfiq al-Bahri Daghmush and Yazan Muhammad al-Bahri Daghmush.

Two brothers, Asali Ashour Daghmush and Mohammed (also referred to as Mahmoud) Daghmush were killed, as were brothers Imad Daghmush and Jouda Daghmush. Ali Rabah Daghmush was killed, as was sheikh and educator Medhat Daghmush (Abu Ramzi). The muezzin of the mosque, Noel Daghmush (Abu Khalil) was killed, as were father and son Barjas Daghmush and Abdel Fattah Kanaan Daghmush. Rafat Daghmush was killed along with his son, Al Asali Daghmush, and his two son-in-laws, who both remain unnamed. Majeed Fares Daghmush, Daoud Daghmush, Muhammad Sabah Daghmush and Omar al-Khor (Abu Tariq) were killed, as were Ramzi Suleiman al-Khor, Nizar Daghmush and Ahmad Daghmush. Another father and son were also casualties: Saddam Omar Daghmush was injured, while his son, who remains unnamed, was also a casualty. It is unclear whether he was wounded or killed. Hassan Daghmush, a lawyer and the family’s legal advisor, was killed.

Additional names were provided to Airwars by a journalist who was in contact with some of the family members, and are as follows:

Fares Abdel-Majid Daghmush was killed, as was Mahran Maher Moh Ali Daghmush and Tayseer Adel-Al Daghmush.

Two brothers, al-Asali Ashour al-Asali Daghmush and Moh Rafaat Awad Daghmush were killed.

Haitham Rafik Shaher Daghmush and nine-year old Asaad Moh Asaad Daghmush were also killed.

Omar Saddam Ashour Daghmush and Omar Shaher Ashour Daghmush were killed.

Salah Moh Eissa (Ayoub) Daghmush, Kanaan Saber Daghmush, Rakan Kanaan Saber Daghmush, and Moh Badr Saber Daghmush were killed.

Elias Moh Badr Daghmush, Fares Rami al-Ranoun Moh Daghmush, Abdel-Waddoud Mahmoud Daghmush, and Mahmoud Moataz Mithqal Daghmush were killed. Ahmed Moataz Mithqal DaghmushMedhat Tawfik Bahri Daghmush, Medhat Ramzi Medhat Daghmush, and Mahmoud Ramzi Medhat Daghmush were also killed. Abdel-Raouf Tawfik Daghmush, Yazan Moh Medhat Daghmush, Ibrahim Nihad Riyad Daghmush, Ahmed Naim Deeb Daghmush, and Ali Rabah Ali Daghmush were killed.

21-year old Nizar Imad Rajab Daghmush was killed with several of his cousins: Haidar Fathi Massoud Daghmush, Khaled Fathi Massoud Daghmush, and Mustafa Yasser Nabil Daghmush.

Enayat Abdel-Ghani Daghmush, the cousin of Ahmed Moataz Mithqal Daghmush, was killed, as was her daughter, Nozha Abdel-Nabi Abdel-Ghani Daghmush. Their house was adjacent to the mosque, and they were killed in their home.

It is unknown whether some of these names account for the unnamed civilians listed earlier, or are repeats of some of the partial names found through open source research.

Among the injured were Mashhour Kamal Daghmush, Hamza Mansour, Abdulrahman Jamal Award Daghmush, and Mohammad Daghmush. The extent of the injuries are unknown, but most appeared critical. Images show at least one child among the injured.

A post on Facebook spoke of Hazel Daghmush’s professional dedication and talent. Rashad Ragheb, who had trained and later hired Hazel as a graphic designer, stated that he was “one of the most skilled designers” at the company, producing more than 50 designs a day, a “number that only professional designers are capable of.” He continued working even after the start of the conflict, and should be remembered as an “icon of excellence.”

Rashad also spoke of Muhammad Daghmush, describing him as having “the most beautiful smile.” Rashad described his appreciation for “a happy evening” at an event the two had been to a few months prior.

Many of those killed were found under rubble: journalist Ismail al-Ghoul, quoted by Free Journalism, reported that more than 50 people had been uncovered from under rubble, and all had been killed, adding that “dozens are still under the rubble until this moment.” A tweet from @basem_pal stated that Ahmed Daghmush had said that more than 100 members of the family were killed by the bombing of the mosque. On Facebook, a family member, Mohamed Mansour Daghmush, stated that others remained unidentified because of the “breakdown of communications.”

The strike occurred during sunset prayers. Due to fear of bombing, worshippers had combined Maghrib and Isha prayers. Part of the mosque wall completely collapsed.

Airwars was not able to reconcile any of the names of victims with the Ministry of Health list of victims’ names.

Due to the scale and urgency of Airwars’ assessment process, all images have been automatically uploaded to each assessment with the graphic filter applied to protect users. We have also included all images identified from the sources, which may also include any imagery of combatants.

The incident occured at approximately 6:00 pm local time.

The victims were named as:

Family members (35)

Saleh Daghmush صالح دغمش
Adult male killed
Saleh's son (unnamed) ابن صالح دغمش
Adult male killed
Saleh's son's family (unnamed) ابن صالح دغمش
killed
Saleh's son's family (unnamed) ابن صالح دغمش
killed
Falah Ashour Daghmush فلاح عاشور دغمش
Adult male killed
Fayek Ashour Daghmush فايق عاشور دغمش
Adult male killed
Asali Doghmush عسلي دغمش
Age unknown male injured
Rasheed Doghmush رشيد دغمش
Age unknown male injured
Ashour Hafez Daghmush عاشور حافظ دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Tawfiq al-Bahri Daghmush توفيق البحري دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Yazan Muhammad al-Bahri Daghmush يزن محمد البحري دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Asali Ashour Daghmush عسلي عاشور دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Mohammed/Mahmoud Daghmush
Age unknown male killed
Imad Daghmush عماد دغمش
Adult male killed
Jouda Daghmush جودة دغمش
Adult male killed
Ali Rabah Daghmush علي رباح دغنش
Age unknown male killed
Medhat Daghmush (Abu Ramzi) مدحت دغمش
Adult male killed
Nael Daghmush (ِAbo Khalil) نائل دغمش
Adult male killed
Barjas Daghmush برجس دغمش
Adult male killed
Abdel Fattah Kanaan Daghmush عبدالفتاح دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Raafat Daghmush رأفت دغمش
Adult male killed
Al Asali Daghmush العسلي دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Raafat’s son in law (unnamed) نسيب رأفت دغمش
Adult male killed
Raafat’s son in law (unnamed) نسيب رأفت دغمش
Adult male killed
Majeed Fares Daghmush مجيد فارس دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Daoud Daghmush داود دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Muhammad Sabah Daghmush محمد صباح دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Nizar Daghmush نزار دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Mashhour Kamal Daghmush مشهور دغمش
Age unknown male injured
Abdulrahman Jamal Awad Daghmush عبدالرحمن جمال دغمش
Age unknown male injured
Mohammed Daghmush محمد دغنش
Age unknown male injured
Saddam Omar Daghmush صدام عمر دغمش
Adult male injured
Saddam's son (unnamed) ابن صدام دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Ahmad Daghmush أحمد دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Hassan Daghmush حسن دغمش
Adult male killed

Family members (32)

Fares Abdel-Majid Doghmush فارس عبد المجيد دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Mahran Maher Moh Ali Doghmush مهران ماهر محمد علي دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Tayseer Adel-Al Doghmush تيسير عادل الدغمش
Age unknown male killed
al-Asali Ashour al-Asali Doghmush العسلي عاشور العسلي دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Moh Rafaat Awad Doghmush محمد رفعت عوض دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Haitham Rafik Shaher Doghmush هيثم رفيق شاهر دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Asaad Moh Asaad Doghmush أسعد محمد أسعد دغمش
9 years old male killed
Omar Saddam Ashour Doghmush عمر صدام عاشور دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Omar Shaher Ashour Doghmush عمر شاهر عاشور دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Salah Moh Eissa (Ayoub) Doghmush صلاح محمد عيسى (أيوب) دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Kanaan Saber Doghmush كنعان صابر دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Rakan Kanaan Saber Doghmush راكان كنعان صابر دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Moh Badr Saber Doghmush محمد بدر صابر دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Elias Moh Badr Doghmush الياس محمد بدر دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Fares Rami al-Ranoun Moh Doghmush فارس رامي الرنون محمد دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Abdel-Waddoud Mahmoud Doghmush عبد الودود محمود دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Mahmoud Moataz Mithqal Doghmush محمود معتز مثقال دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Ahmed Moataz Mithqal Doghmush أحمد معتز مثقال دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Medhat Tawfik Bahri Doghmush مدحت توفيق بحري دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Medhat Ramzi Medhat Doghmush مدحت رمزي مدحت دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Mahmoud Ramzi Medhat Doghmush محمود رمزي مدحت دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Abdel-Raouf Tawfik Doghmush عبد الرؤوف توفيق دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Yazan Moh Medhat Doghmush يزن محمد مدحت دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Ibrahim Nihad Riyad Doghmush ابراهيم نهاد رياض دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Ahmed Naim Deeb Doghmush أحمد نعيم ديب دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Ali Rabah Ali Doghmush علي رباح علي دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Nizar Imad Rajab Doghmush نزار عماد رجب دغمش
21 years old male killed
Haidar Fathi Massoud Doghmush حيدر فتحي مسعود دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Khaled Fathi Massoud Doghmush خالد فتحي مسعود دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Mustafa Yasser Nabil Doghmush مصطفى ياسر نبيل دغمش
Age unknown male killed
Enayat Abdel-Ghani Doghmush عنايات عبد الغني دغمش
Age unknown female killed
Nozha Abdel-Nabi Abdel-Ghani Doghmush نزهة عبد النبي عبد الغني دغمش
Age unknown female killed

The victims were named as:

Omar Al-Khor “Abu Tariq” عمر الخور
Age unknown male killed
Ramzi Suleiman Al Khor رمزي الخور
Age unknown male killed
Hamza Mansour حمزة منصور
Age unknown male injured

Summary

  • Strike status
    Likely strike
  • Strike type
    Airstrike and/or Artillery
  • Civilian infrastructure
    Religious Institution
  • Civilian harm reported
    Yes
  • Civilians reported killed
    64 – 101
  • (2 women32–62 men)
  • Civilians reported injured
    6
  • Cause of injury / death
    Heavy weapons and explosive munitions
  • Airwars civilian harm grading
    Fair
    Reported by two or more credible sources, with likely or confirmed near actions by a belligerent.
  • Suspected attacker
    Israeli Military

Sources (36) [ collapse]

Media
from sources (35) [ collapse]

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    Source: @PalinfoAr
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    Source: @Belkissek
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    Source: @Belkissek
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    Source: Nidal Eimad
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    Source: Mustafa Daghmash
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    Source: Mustafa Daghmash
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    Source: Mustafa Daghmash
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    Source: Mustafa Daghmash
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    Source: Mustafa Daghmash
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    Source: Mustafa Daghmash
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    Source: Mustafa Daghmash
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    Source: Mustafa Daghmash
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    Source: Mustafa Daghmash
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    Source: Mustafa Daghmash
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    Source: Mustafa Daghmash
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    Source: Mustafa Daghmash
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    Source: Mustafa Daghmash
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    Source: Ryad Dughmosh
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    Source: Ryad Dughmosh
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    Source: Abo Ahmad Dughmosh
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    Source: Abo Ahmad Dughmosh
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    Source: Abo Ahmad Dughmosh
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    Source: Rashad Ragheb
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    Source: Rashad Rageb
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    Source: Al Murqat for Quran teaching
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    Source: Al Murqat for Quran teaching
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    Source: Al Murqat for Quran teaching
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    Source: Al Murqat for Quran teaching
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    Source: Khaama Press News Agency News
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    Source: Ahram Online News
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Israeli Military Assessment:

  • Suspected belligerent
    Israeli Military
  • Israeli Military position on incident
    Not yet assessed

Summary

  • Strike status
    Likely strike
  • Strike type
    Airstrike and/or Artillery
  • Civilian infrastructure
    Religious Institution
  • Civilian harm reported
    Yes
  • Civilians reported killed
    64 – 101
  • (2 women32–62 men)
  • Civilians reported injured
    6
  • Cause of injury / death
    Heavy weapons and explosive munitions
  • Airwars civilian harm grading
    Fair
    Reported by two or more credible sources, with likely or confirmed near actions by a belligerent.
  • Suspected attacker
    Israeli Military

Sources (36) [ collapse]

Incident Code

ISPT1011

Incident date

November 10, 2023

Location

جوار مسجد التوبة, Vicinity of al Tawbeh Mosque, North Gaza, the Gaza Strip

Geolocation

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Airwars assessment

At least six people were reportedly killed and a number of others were wounded, on Friday November 10, 2023, when the Mari family home, near the al-Tawbeh mosque and the al-Yemen al-Saeed hospital in the west of the Jabalia camp, in the northern Gaza strip, was allegedly hit by an Israeli military airstrike.

A family member of the victims named Abu Anes, identified the Mari family members killed as Umm al-Majd Mari, her brother Muhammed Mari (also known as Abu al-Baraa’), his wife, Falastin Mari, and their three children. Their daughters, Bisan Mari and Farah Mari, and their son, Elias Mari.

Elias was identified by Abu Anes as a child, however, it was not clear if Bisan and Farah were also children. Therefore, the civilian casualty range for this incident reflected the possibility that Bisan and Farah may or may not have been children at the time of the incident.

In the same post, Abu Anes described Muhammed Mari as “my brother and the light of my eyes”.

Multiple sources, including Shehab Agency, reported that several people had been injured in the incident but did not specify an exact number. Therefore, in line with Airwars’ methodology, the range of civilians injured has been recorded as 2-2.

A video published on YouTube by the news agency Al-Jazeera showed a crowd gathered amidst the rubble of a destroyed house. A witness reported that the house belonged to the Mari family and emphasised that they were civilians. A fire was burning on the ground floor of the destroyed house, and Civil Defense members were filmed trying to put it fireout. Another witness, his hands dusty from lifting rubble, described finding the bodies of three victims, two of which he said were “in bits”.

The Al-Jazeera video was filmed after dark, therefore, it is likely that the incident occurred later in the day.

Where sources identified a belligerent, all sources attributed the strike to the Israeli military. Three sources, including Al-Jazeera, explicitly reported that Israeli Military aircraft caused the bombing.

Due to the scale and urgency of Airwars’ assessment process, all images have been automatically uploaded to each assessment with the graphic filter applied to protect users. We have also included all images identified from the sources, which may also include any imagery of combatants.

The incident occured during the night.

The victims were named as:

Family members (6)

Muhammad Mari محمد مرعي
Adult male Falastin's husband killed
Umm Al Majd Mari ام المجد مرعي
Adult female Muhammed's sister killed
Falastin Mari فلسطين مرعي
Adult female Muhammed's wife killed
Bisan Mari بيسان مرعي
Age unknown female killed
Farah Mari فرح مرعي
Age unknown female killed
Elias Mari الياس مرعي
Child male killed

Summary

  • Strike status
    Likely strike
  • Strike type
    Airstrike
  • Civilian infrastructure
    IDP or refugee camp, Residential building
  • Civilian harm reported
    Yes
  • Civilians reported killed
    6
  • (1–3 children2–4 women1–2 men)
  • Civilians reported injured
    2
  • Cause of injury / death
    Heavy weapons and explosive munitions
  • Airwars civilian harm grading
    Fair
    Reported by two or more credible sources, with likely or confirmed near actions by a belligerent.
  • Suspected attacker
    Israeli Military

Sources (16) [ collapse]

Media
from sources (2) [ collapse]

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Israeli Military Assessment:

  • Suspected belligerent
    Israeli Military
  • Israeli Military position on incident
    Not yet assessed

Summary

  • Strike status
    Likely strike
  • Strike type
    Airstrike
  • Civilian infrastructure
    IDP or refugee camp, Residential building
  • Civilian harm reported
    Yes
  • Civilians reported killed
    6
  • (1–3 children2–4 women1–2 men)
  • Civilians reported injured
    2
  • Cause of injury / death
    Heavy weapons and explosive munitions
  • Airwars civilian harm grading
    Fair
    Reported by two or more credible sources, with likely or confirmed near actions by a belligerent.
  • Suspected attacker
    Israeli Military

Sources (16) [ collapse]

Incident Code

ISPT0905

Incident date

November 5, 2023

Location

محيط شارع الصناعة, Vicinity of Al Sinaa Street, Gaza, the Gaza Strip

Geolocation

31.509642, 34.443460 Note: The accuracy of this location is to Exact location (via Airwars) level. Continue to map

Airwars assessment

Eight people, including three children, all from the Al Rayees family, were killed on November 5, 2023, when two alleged Israeli missiles hit their seven-story house, the Al-Safadi Building on Al-Sinaa Street.

@Hakeam_ps, a neighbour of Al Rayees family, described their own escape and forced displacement after their house was destroyed in the same strike, adding that they were now isolated without electricity. The source said “What happened could never be described, more like an earthquake, but more violent… Dust stormed the house, fragments everywhere. My mother and her grandchildren were in a state of panic and fear”.

The family members were killed across three generations: grandfather Azmi Al Rayees and his wife Enaya Al Rayees were killed alongside their son, Dr Maisara Azmi Al Rayees, and their daughters, Uraib Al Rayees and Izza Al Rayees. Izza’s three children Karim Ramez Samir Nabhan, Adam Ramez Samir Nabhan, and Sham Ramez Samir Nabhan were killed as well.

Several local sources reported that the bodies of the victims killed could not be rescued due to a lack of suitable equipment to search through the rubble of the family home. @HuDa_NaIm92 said that some neighbors were “digging with their hands under piles of stones and rubble”. Mai Mare on Facebook reported that “There is no hope of retrieving them. There is no equipment, no gasoline or diesel, no bulldozers, nothing.”  Leqa’a Al Saadi said on Facebook that Muhammad Al Rayees and Moayad Al Rayees, two brothers from the Al Rayees family who reportedly survived the attack, “tried in every possible way to search for their family and extract them from under the rubble, hoping to find them or some of them alive”.

The next day, on social media, Amr Tabaza called Palestinians in Gaza to help reach the members of Al Rayees family buried under the rubble, saying “The building is 7 floors… and no one has reached them so far.”. On November 7th, on Twitter, @Ali_Hisham added that Maisara Al Rayees had been buried under the rubble for two days and asked for help to “exhume his body to tell him goodbye one last time”. A second strike was reported in the same location just days after the incident, with additional casualties alleged. This incident will be assessed separately by Airwars.

Dr Maisara Al Rayees was described as a maternal and child health specialist and a graduate of a prestigious UK Foreign Office Chevening Scholarship through which he studied at King’s College London for his master’s degree. Mai Mare said that Maisara worked with Doctors Without Borders. The same source indicated that she had met Maisara two months ago to send him “a special invitation to meet with British Foreign Secretary Cleverly to talk to him face to face about Gaza”. Mai added: “Just last month, I contacted Maisara and asked him if they would like me to work on a video for the Chevening Scholarships as a photo story, telling the story of [him and his wife’s] love, education and work in Gaza, but today, my heart is heavy and worn out with this news.” One source described Maisara as ambitious, kind and calm; someone who loved to help people. He had recently married his partner Laura Al Hayyek, whom he met on the scholarship programme. Laura Al Hayyek, an employee of the United Nations and a graduate of the Chevening Scholarship, was reported as killed in the bombing by some sources. However through private communication, Airwars researchers have been able to confirm that she was not present when the strike occurred.

Uraib Al Rayees was described as creative. He was said to be a dentist and a painter.

A BBC article published five days after the strike reported that “The Foreign Office on Wednesday said it was “devastated” and offered condolences to the surviving family and “Chevening Alumni community” over the death of Dr Al Rayees but didn’t give any details about what happened to him, or where.” The handling of this incident reportedly led to internal complaints within the Foreign Office that the government was showing a “permissive approach” to Israel “breaching international humanitarian law””.

Where sources identified the belligerent, all sources attributed the strikes to Israeli forces.

 

Due to the scale and urgency of Airwars’ assessment process, all images have been automatically uploaded to each assessment with the graphic filter applied to protect users. We have also included all images identified from the sources, which may also include any imagery of combatants.

The local time of the incident is unknown.

The victims were named as:

Family members (8)

Azmi Al Rayees عزمي الريّس
Adult male killed
Enaya Al Rayees عناية الريس
Adult female killed
Uraib Al Rayees عريب الريس
Adult female killed
Izza Al Rayees عزة الريس
Adult female killed
Maisara Al Rayees ميسرة عزمي الريّس
Adult male killed
Karim Ramez Samir Nabhan كريم رامز سمير نبهان
Child male killed
Adam Ramez Samir Nabhan آدم رامز سمير نبهان
Child male killed
Sham Ramez Samir Nabhan شام رامز سمير نبهان
Child male killed

Geolocation notes (3) [ collapse]

Reports of the incident mention the vicinity of Al Sinaa Street (شارع الصناعة) in Gaza city (غَزَّة). Analysing audio-visual material from sources, we have narrowed the location down to the following exact coordinates: 31.509642, 34.443460.

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  • Imagery:
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  • Imagery:
    @MuathHumaid

Summary

  • Strike status
    Likely strike
  • Strike type
    Airstrike, Airstrike and/or Artillery
  • Civilian infrastructure
    Residential building
  • Civilian harm reported
    Yes
  • Civilians reported killed
    8
  • (3 children3 women2 men2 healthcare_personnel)
  • Cause of injury / death
    Heavy weapons and explosive munitions
  • Airwars civilian harm grading
    Fair
    Reported by two or more credible sources, with likely or confirmed near actions by a belligerent.
  • Impact
    Healthcare
    Impact on services or infrastructure relating to education, health or food supply. See methodology note for details.
  • Suspected attacker
    Israeli Military

Sources (18) [ collapse]

Media
from sources (14) [ collapse]

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    Source: @GazaShaheed
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    Source: @HuDa_NaIm92
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    Source: @yazanabueid
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    Source: Mai Mare
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    Source: Tahany Hedar
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    Source: Q.D
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    Source: @Ali_Hisham
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    Source: @Ali_Hisham
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    Source: @Ali_Hisham
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    Source: @Ali_Hisham
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    Source: @ShaymaAlWaheidi
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Israeli Military Assessment:

  • Suspected belligerent
    Israeli Military
  • Israeli Military position on incident
    Not yet assessed

Summary

  • Strike status
    Likely strike
  • Strike type
    Airstrike, Airstrike and/or Artillery
  • Civilian infrastructure
    Residential building
  • Civilian harm reported
    Yes
  • Civilians reported killed
    8
  • (3 children3 women2 men2 healthcare_personnel)
  • Cause of injury / death
    Heavy weapons and explosive munitions
  • Airwars civilian harm grading
    Fair
    Reported by two or more credible sources, with likely or confirmed near actions by a belligerent.
  • Impact
    Healthcare
    Impact on services or infrastructure relating to education, health or food supply. See methodology note for details.
  • Suspected attacker
    Israeli Military

Sources (18) [ collapse]