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Mohammed Ayad or Abu Ibrahim


‏”We are not just numbers; our martyrs are our loved ones, representing our hopes and the essence of our lives.The occupation has turned their dreams and vibrant lives into a tragic end and a painful separation.Mohammed,30 years old, my only brother, with just a two-year age gap between us, we grew up together and lived through the most beautiful days of our lives”.

“This is my brother, Mohammed Ayad or Abu Ibrahim, 30 years old, a father to three children. The eldest is three years old, and the youngest is still just a few months old. Mohammed was a young, lively, athletic man, full of life, and looking forward to the future”. 

“He worked as a truck driver, delivering goods and aid to the Gaza Strip during times of war. Despite the dangers and bombings, he continued his work to bring in essential help.”

‏”In the days just before his murder, he parked his truck on Salah al-Din Street amidst shelling and gunfire, calling out to people to see if anyone needed water so he could provide it. Then, on December 13, 2023, my only brother, Mohammed, was killed in artillery shelling on the city of Deir al-Balah.” 

‏A message received on our platforms from his only brother Alaa AL Deen, who appears with him in the photos.


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