Three branches of the Entez family, around 60 people, were sheltering in a house in Zeitoun when it was struck by an artillery shell shortly after 8.45pm. Three of the family were killed – Abed Ali, 24, Mohamed Ibrahim, 13, and Mohamed Salem, two – and four injured. Three of the exterior walls were destroyed in the blast.
In the wreckage of the home on Friday morning, Salem Entez, 29, Mohamed
Salem's father, approached the Guardian with a plastic bag, which he
opened to reveal pieces of flesh he was collecting for burial. "This
is my son," he said.
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