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Mohammad Shawqi

“My uncle, who was like a second father to me, was always known for his kindness and generosity. He was generous and always honored his guests, and everyone who dealt with him or knew him attested to his kindness, recognizing how much of a servant he was

He helped anyone who asked, always responding and fulfilling their requests. On the day he was killed, everyone who knew him praised how good he was, lamented his loss, and prayed for him.

He always wanted a son to carry his name, and God blessed him with Loai after four daughters. Unfortunately, Loai is ill. I pray that God heals him. At the age of six, Loai won’t have the chance to see his father again. He has been deprived of saying the word ‘Dad’ at this young age. May God grant us the patience to endure his absence.

He was targeted by the occupation’s aircraft on  3 January while  heading  safely to the supermarket in his neighborhood. Standing at its door, a shrapnel pierced his body, passing through to his pure heart, and he became a martyr at the age of 42. having lived with dignity and died honorably.

A message was received on our platform from his nephew Suhaib Madi, who appears with him in the photos.


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