"We're all one team in Gaza," Danahar told me, saying that Misharawi is a BBC video and photo editor. After spending a "few hours" with his grieving colleague, he wrote on Twitter, "Questioned asked here is: if Israel can kill a man riding on a moving motorbike (as they did last month) how did Jihad's son get killed."
Danahar also shared the following photos of Misharawi's small Gaza home, which appears to have been heavily damaged. The place where the round punctured his ceiling is clearly visible.
BBC World editor Jon Williams sent a memo about the young child's death to colleagues, according to The Telegraph:
Our thoughts are with Jihad and the rest of the team in Gaza.This is a particularly difficult moment for the whole bureau in Gaza.We're fortunate to have such a committed and courageous team there. It's a sobering reminder of the challenges facing many of our colleagues.
Reuters also had a photographer at the Gaza City hospital where Misharawi took his son. The story that these photos tell, of loss and confusion, may help inform the Palestinian reactions – and, as the photos continue to spread widely on social media, perhaps the reactions from beyond the Palestinian territories – to the violence between Israel and Gaza.