Mohammad Abu Hasira is one of dozens of journalists killed in the month-long bombardment of Gaza.
An Israeli airstrike killed Palestinian journalist Mohammad Abu Hasira along with 42 family members near Gaza City, according to local media reports.
The Israeli bombing “targeted his house” during the night from Sunday to Monday, the Wafa news agency reported on Tuesday.
The press service of Hamas, the group that rules Gaza, said Abu Hasira’s body was recovered under the rubble.
He is one of at least 37 journalists killed in Israeli attacks since October 7, according to figures released Monday by the press freedom group Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ).
Thirty-two of the journalists followed by CPJ were Palestinian, four Israeli and one Lebanese.
On October 25, an Israeli strike killed the family of Al Jazeera bureau chief Wael Dahdouh, including his wife, son, daughter, grandson and at least eight other relatives.
Israel has carried out a devastating bombing campaign in the Gaza Strip since October 7 following a Hamas attack on Israeli territory that killed more than 1,400 people, mostly civilians, Israeli authorities say.
Since then, Israel’s strikes have killed more than 10,000 Palestinians, a third of them children, Gaza officials say, and displaced 1.5 million people.
United Nations human rights chief Volker Turk said Tuesday that it has been “a full month of carnage, of relentless suffering, bloodshed, destruction, outrage and despair.”