Two journalists killed in Israel’s raid on Gaza. The grandson of the founder of Hamas in the Strip also died

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Two journalists were killed in an Israeli raid in Khan Yunis, reports the Wafa agency: they are Mustafa Abu Thraya and Hamza Dahdouh. The latter is said to be the son of a well-known Al Jazeera journalist, Wael Al-Dahdouh, whose story went around the world: while he was in a hospital filming a report on the Israeli attacks he received the news that a raid had exterminated a large part of his family, as Anadolu agency recalls.

Palestinian media sources reported by the Times of Israel also report the death, in an Israeli air attack today in southern Gaza, of Ali Salem Abu Ajwa, nephew of Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, who founded Hamas in Gaza in 1987 and was its leader spiritual until he was killed by Israel in 2004. Abu Ajwa, according to some sources, worked as a journalist in Gaza, writes the Israeli portal.