Hamza Dahdouh, son of Al Jazeera’s Gaza bureau chief Wael Dahdouh, was among two journalists killed in an Israeli air strike west of Khan Younis, the southern Gaza Strip on Sunday.
Hamza Dahdouh, 27, a photojournalist, and colleague Mustafa Thuraya were killed while travelling in a car.
Wael Dahdouh, 52, lost his wife, daughter, grandson and 15-year-old son in an Israeli attack on his family home in October.
The attack took the toll of Palestinian journalists killed by Israel to 109.
Gaza’s media office condemned the killing of two more Palestinian journalists.