The 11-month-old son of a BBC journalist killed in a Gaza strike has been buried.
A picture of his grief-stricken father, BBC Arabic picture editor Jihad Misharawi, holding his shrouded body aloft was shared across the world on Thursday.
Mr Misharawi's sister-in-law was killed and his brother was seriously injured in the attack.
He told BBC Arabic: "What did my son to to die like this? What was his mistake? What did he do?"
A picture of the little boy was tweeted by BBC Middle East Bureau Chief Paul Danahar.
BBC Foreign Editor Jon Williams this morning tweeted an image of the tragedy and a message of thanks to everyone who had sent condolences to his colleague.
The strikes came after Hamas's top military commander Ahmed Said Khalil al-Jabari was killed in Gaza on Wednesday.
Thirteen Palestinians were killed in the ensuring Israeli operation, the BBC reports, although it is unknown if Mr Misharawi's son and sister-in-law are included in this figure.
On Thursday morning three Israelis were killed after rockets were fired from Gaza.