“Hitting Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Ashkelon, Ashdod, Beersheba and Dimona, near and far, is easier for us than drinking a glass of water.” Abu Obeida, spokesman for the armed wing of Hamas, the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, said in a video message released on social media, saying that “we are ready for anything for Jerusalem”. Read also The militiaman then said that there will be “surprises” and threatened to hit the heart of Israel with more rockets in the coming days if the Israeli army continues to cross the “red lines”. Hamas, he added, “has no red lines” in attacking Israel. “Despite all your technology and military might, you have not been able to limit the spirit and resistance of the Palestinian people,” he added, stating that “you have seen only some of our abilities.” Who are the Israeli victims A child, a grandmother, an Indian caregiver, an Arab father and daughter. The stories of the seven Israeli victims of Hamas missiles are mostly of ordinary people. Here are their portraits, told by the Israeli media: Ido Avigal, 5, is the youngest victim. Last night the shrapnel of a missile pierced a window of the fortified room where he had taken refuge with his family in their home in Sderot. Badly injured, the child died in the hospital overnight. The mother and a 6-year-old cousin were also seriously injured. Tahel, the 7-year-old sister, sustained minor injuries. Soumya Santosh, 32, had worked in Israel for eight years to support her nine-year-old son in India. She was killed by a rocket that landed on Ashkleon’s house where she was a caregiver. The 80-year-old lady he cared for was seriously injured. Khalil and Nadeen Awwad, father and daughter aged 52 and 16, lived in the Arab village of Dahmash, near Lod. A rocket hit them as they entered the house. The girl’s mother was seriously injured. The village has no official status and had not received permission to build a missile shelter. Leah Yom Tov, 63, died when a rocket hit her home in Rishon Lezion, near Tel Aviv. A mother of two, she was also the grandmother of five grandchildren. In Gurevitch, 52, she lived in Ashkelon. the rocket that hit her apartment slightly injured her husband. Sergeant Omer Tabib, 21 years old. It is so far the only Israeli military casualty of the conflict. He was aboard a jeep along the border with Gaza when the vehicle was hit by an anti-tank rocket. He would finish his military service in a month.