Nathanel Young, Lianne Sharabi and her teenage daughters are just some of the 1,400 people slain in the worst assault on civilians in the country’s history
As the extent of the attacks carried out by Hamas in Israel on October 7 became apparent, a sense of fear and terror quickly spread across the world.
Those with family and friends in the country waited anxiously as 1,400 bodies were identified. It was the worst assault on civilians in the country’s history and has prompted retaliatory strikes that have killed more than 3,000 people.
At least 11 of Hamas’s victims held British citizenship. Several other Britons are missing, some feared dead and others potentially being held as hostages in Gaza. Here we profile the British citizens known to have died in the violence in Israel.