DAMASCUS, SYRIA (10:09 A.M)- The death toll has risin to four so far in the Gaza Strip, as the Israeli airforce bombed civilian infrastructure, early in the morning.

According to the ‘Gazan ministry of health’, 19 people are currently being treated in hospital as a result of injuries, sustained from the latest series of Israeli airstrikes.

Mahmoud Al-Masri (29 yrs old) was the first to die after being shot by Israeli snipers, during a peaceful demonstration.

A 54 year old man named Maher Atta, was later killed during Israeli airstrikes on towers in Sheikh Zayed.

During Early hours of the morning, the latest strikes took place – in 4 locations within Gaza – killing 30 year old, Mohammed Safadi, as well as Abdallah, a 28 year old resident of the Sheikh Rizwan area in Gaza.

Hamas are still calling for an intifada and encourage greater clashes today.

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