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Gaza Health Ministry releases names of 42 slain Palestinians

May 15, 2018 3:47 P.M. (Updated: May 18, 2018 1:09 P.M.)
GAZA CITY (Ma'an) -- At least 61 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli forces in Gaza between Monday and Tuesday, as thousands of protesters continued to demonstrate along the border fence.

At least 58 Palestinians were killed on Monday, marking the deadliest day of protests since the Great March of Return began in Gaza on March 30th.

The protests came to a climax on Monday, May 14, as Palestinians demonstrated against the opening of the US Embassy in Jerusalem. Tuesday, May 15th, marked the 70th anniversary of the creation of the Nakba, or "catastrophe," as Palestinians commemorated when an estimated 750,000 Palestinians were made refugees and forcibly expelled from their homes with the creation of the state of Israel.

Below are the names of 42 of the Palestinians who were killed in Gaza:

1. Izz al-Din Moussa Muhammad al-Sammak, 14.
2. Wissal Fadel Izzat al-Sheikh Khalil, 15.
3. Ahmad Adel Moussa al-Shaer, 16.
4. Said Muhammad Abu al-Kheir, 16.
5. Ibrahim Ahmad al-Zarqa, 18.
6. Imad Ali Sadeq al-Sheikh, 19.
7. Zayid Muhammad Hasan Omar, 19.
8. Mutasem Fawzi Abu Luli, 20.
9. Anas Hamdan Salem Qudeih, 21.
10. Muhammad Abed al-Salam Hirz, 21.
11. Yahiya Ismail Rajab al-Daqur, 22.
12. Mustafa Muhammad Samir Mahmoud al-Masri, 22.
13. Izz al-Din Nahed al-Uweiti, 23.
14. Mahmoud Mustafa Ahmad Assaf, 23.
15. Ahmad Fayiz Harb Shihadeh, 23.
16. Ahmad Awadallah, 24.
17. Khalil Ismail Khalil Mansour, 25.
18. Muhammad Ashraf Abu Sitta, 26.
19. Bilal Ahmad Abu Duqqa, 26.
20. Ahmad Majed Qassem Atallah, 27.
21. Mahmoud Rabah Abu Muammar, 28.
22. Musaab Youssef Abu Laila, 28.
23. Ahmad Fawzi al-Tatat, 28.
24. Muhammad Abed al-Rahman Miqdad, 28.
25. Ubaida Salem Farhan, 30.
26. Jihad Mufid al-Farra, 30.
27. Fadi Hasam Abu Salma (Abu Salah), 30.
28. Mutas Bassam Kamel al-Nunu, 31.
29. Muhammad Riyad Abed al-Rahman al-Aamudi, 31.
30. Jihad Muhammad Othman Moussa, 31.
31. Shaher Mahmoud Muhammad al-Madhun, 32.
32. Moussa Jabel Abed al-Salam Abu Hasanein, 35.
33. Muhammad Mahmoud Abed al-Muti Abed al-Aal, 39.
34. Ahmad Muhammad Ibrahim Hamdan, 37.
35. Ismail Khalil Ramadan al-Dahuk, 30.
36. Ahmad Mahmoud Muhammad al-Rantisi, 27.
37. Alaa Anwar Ahmad al-Khatib, 28.
38. Mahmoud Yahiya Abed al-Wahad Hussein, 24.
39. Ahmad Abdullah al-Adini, 30.
40. Saadi Said Fahmi Abu Salah, 16.
41. Ahmad Zuheir Hamed al-Shawwa, 24.
42. Muhammad Hani Husni al-Najjar, 33.
42. Fadel Muhammad Atta Habshi, 34.

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