Among the 255 martyrs in the Gaza Strip, the Israeli occupation army killed 39 Palestinian women, between May 11 and 20.
The details of their deaths show horrific stories. The occupation army killed mothers with all or some of their children, ended the lives of sisters, and dispersed dozens of families; As a result of killing the mother, grandmother, daughter or daughter-in-law (son’s wife). Read also Michelin.. the story of a Palestinian who took off her shoes and threw stones at the occupation soldiers Dreams of joys postponed forever.. 4 models of victims of the war in Gaza Sharia and her companions.. The martyrs of Palestine and the ember of his struggle The Palestinian Mother… The School of Incubation and Raising the “Resistance Generation”
1. Layali Abu al-Khair (40 years), a
mother of 7 children, was killed by Israel along with her husband and 3 of her children. She specializes in “biology”, but she retired from professional life and devote herself to her family.
2. Amira Abdel Fattah Sobh (58 years),
the occupation army bombed her house, killing her and her son Abdel Rahman, who is disabled.
3. Manar Baraka (18 years), who was
killed by Israel while she was on agricultural land on which a poultry farm was built, owned by the family in the city of Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip.
4. Reem Saad Al-Talbani (31 years),
a university student specialized in “information technology”, was killed by the occupation army, along with her two children, and her 7-month-old fetus.
5. Miami Arafa (48 years old)
is a mother of 4 children, who was free to take care of them and dreamed of marrying them.
6. Hadeel Arafa (28 years old)
got married before last Ramadan, and her wedding was scheduled for two weeks after Eid al-Fitr.
7. Maysoon Zaki Al-Hato (55 years old) was
killed with her husband in an Israeli bombing of a civilian car in Gaza City.
8. Rawiya Al-Tanani, 35, was
killed by Israel, along with her husband, four children, and her fetus. She dreamed of owning a house and ending the monthly rent.
Aman (25 years) was pregnant with her first fetus (female – 7 months), and intended to name her “Maryam”. She suffered from difficult economic conditions, which forced her to drop out of her university studies in her last semester, majoring in information technology.
10. Warda Aman (24 years old)
was excelling academically, and is waiting for her graduation from commerce majoring in English, and she dreams of getting a job opportunity in her field and improving her family’s financial situation.
Aman (21 years) was a Nursing student, and two weeks before her death she sold her gold earrings to buy school supplies, such as white uniforms, blood pressure monitors, and stethoscopes.
12. Kholoud Al-Zamili (27 years old)
was the mother of two children (a boy and a girl), and she was seven months pregnant, and she dreams of seeing her son Abdel Rahman as a surgeon, but Israel killed her with her daughter “Hoor”.
13. Halima Al-Madhoun (66 years),
was married and had no children. She is a loving person. She was killed by the occupation army along with her husband, Abd al-Rahim al-Madhoun.
14. Siham Yusef al-Rantisi (66 years) was
killed by Israel, along with her two- year-old grandson, her son and daughter-in-law, in the bombing of their house in Rafah, while she was preparing decorations for the celebration of Eid al-Fitr.
20. Lamia al-Attar (27 years), a
mother of 3 children, was killed by Israel along with two of them. She preferred to raise children instead of completing her education, which she completed with a high school diploma, and she dreamed of seeing her children in prestigious professional positions.
21. Fayza Salama, 43, is a
mother of 3 boys and a girl, and a grandmother of 6 grandchildren, and she was waiting for her seventh grandchild. She lived a poor life, and dreamed of improving their economic conditions and furnishing her home.
22. Yasmine Abu Hatab (30 years old) was
killed by Israel with her four children. She holds a diploma in basic education, but devoted herself to raising her children, and she memorized 15 parts of the Holy Quran.
23. Maha Abu Hatab Al-Hadidi (35 years), was
killed by the occupation army with her four children. She holds a BA in Islamic Education, and has memorized the entire Holy Qur’an.
24. Abeer Ashkinna (29 years), a
mother of 5 children, was killed by Israel along with 4 of her children. She had finished her education up to the “secondary” grade, but she had an ambitious personality and was planning for the future of her children.
25. Majdeh Abu Al-Awf (78 years),
mother of 3 men and a woman, and grandmother of about 13 grandchildren. Despite her old age, she was distinguished by her vitality and activity, as she loved to complete all household tasks, from cleaning and preparing food, after the dawn prayer.
26. Sobhia Abu Al-Awf (72 years old),
blind, lost her sight 11 years ago, due to health problems, and she was not married.
27. Raja Abu Al-Awf (34 years old)
was working voluntarily in the field of psychological support, and was waiting to discuss her thesis to obtain a doctorate in psychology at the Islamic University after about 3 months, but the occupation army killed her and her four children.
28. Raja’ Sobhi Abu Al-Awf Al-Efrangi, 41, was
killed by Israel with her four children. She obtained a master’s degree in sociology 3 days before her death. She aspired to complete her higher studies and get a job opportunity.
29. Reem Ahmed Abu Al-Awf (40 years), a
mother of 4 children, was killed by Israel, along with her husband Ayman and 3 of her children, while the child Omar survived.
30. Shaima Abu Al-Awf (21 years),
a dental student who excels in her field and memorizer of the Noble Qur’an. She was due to wear a white wedding dress this June, before the occupation army killed her.
31. Rawan Alaa Abu Al-Awf (19 years),
a university student majoring in computer engineering, was smart and creative in her field.
32. Saadia Yousef Al-Kolak (84 years old), was
killed by Israel, along with her daughter. She was diligent in reciting the Qur’an, and she liked the family to gather in her home, and she was known for her tenderness towards the children who gave them “candies”.
33. Baha Amin Al-Kolak (49 years old)
decided not to marry to serve her elderly parents, and she was martyred with her mother in a massacre committed by Israel on Al-Wahda Street in Gaza City.
34. Reham Fawaz Al-Kolak, 33,
an engineer at the Palestinian Telecommunications Company, was ambitious and loved to follow football, especially the Spanish League.
35. Ayat Ibrahim Al-Kolak, 19 years old, was
killed by Israel with her husband and only son (6 months) in the Israeli massacre on Al-Wahda Street.
36. Amal Jamil Al-Tatar Al-Kolk (42 years), was
killed by the occupation army, along with her three sons, in the Al-Wahda Street massacre.
37. Amani Salha, 38, is
a mother of a girl and pregnant with a boy in her eighth month. She was eagerly waiting for him, and she happily finished preparing the birth supplies, but Israel killed her with her daughter and her husband.
38. Fidaa al-Qidra (35 years) is a
mother of 5 children (2 boys and 3 girls), she finished her secondary education, and preferred to devote herself to taking care of her family, and lived a difficult economic life.
39. Huda Salah al-Khaznadar (36 years), the
only child of her parents, was killed by Israel by bombing their house in Khan Yunis, while her husband and children were injured