Three of the 30 wounded were reported in serious conditions
Israeli occupation airstrikes in Gaza Strip killed on Saturday two Palestinian children aged 15 and 16 and wounded at least 30 other people, Palestinian ministry of health said.
Spokesman of the Ministry of Health in Gaza Ashraf al-Qidra said that the children Amin al-Namara, 15, and Lo’ai Koheel, 16, were killed when an Israeli warplane attacked Al-Katiba Park in the west of Gaza City.
Meanwhile, the spokesman said, 30 people, including children and women were wounded in the Israeli airstrikes.
He said that there are three of the wounded suffering serious conditions, calling for the whole world to help affording the medical equipment and medicines needed for the patients and wounded in Gaza.
Israeli occupation started the escalation, claiming it wanted to change the deterrence rules and end flying children kites from Gaza towards Israel.
Officials from the ministry of health said that the Israeli strikes hit a park and the headquarters of the ambulance services, causing much damage to the children toys and several ambulances.
At the end of the day, the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas announced that a ceasefire was reached after Egyptian and international mediation.
(Source / 15.07.2018)