The controversial QPR player got into a Twitter scrap with Israel international Yossi Benayoun, who took exception to his tweets about Gaza.
Families of some of the newborns are apparently unable to collect them because they have been displaced or their homes have been destroyed.
What I witnessed today in the emergency department of the Kamal Odwan hospital was the most harrowing thing I have ever seen.
Israel has confirmed a 12-hour "humanitarian window" will take place in Gaza from Saturday morning.
But the country's defence forces warned it would respond if "terrorists choose to exploit this time" to attack soldiers or Israeli citizens.
From 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM, there will be a humanitarian window in Gaza. During this time, we'll continue to locate & neutralize terror tunnels
We will respond if terrorists choose to exploit this time to attack IDF personnel or fire at Israeli civilians.
A spokesman for Hamas said it has agreed to a 12-hour pause in hostilities in Gaza from tomorrow morning.
Spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said Hamas and all militant groups in Gaza gad agreed to a temporary ceasefire, put forward by the United Nations, starting at 8am Israeli time (5am GMT).
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told US Secretary of State John Kerry that Israel will begin a 12-hour pause in hostilities in Gaza from 7am local time tomorrow, a US official has told Reuters.
The official made the comment when asked about Mr Kerry's statement that Mr Netanyahu had inferred to him that Israel was willing to undertake a pause as a goodwill gesture.
The Israeli government did not immediately comment on the report.
France will tomorrow host an international meeting aimed at trying to reach a ceasefire in Gaza "as quickly as possible", a French diplomatic source has told Reuters.
British, American, German and Italian officials will attend the talks in Paris along with other representatives from the EU, Turkey and Qatar.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has played down claims Israel's security cabinet has rejected a truce in Gaza, saying a formal proposal had not been put to the body.
Mr Kerry said the cabinet may instead have rejected some "language" of plans towards a truce agreement.
Speaking from Cairo, he said negotiators were making "serious progress" on a truce but had more work to do as he called for fresh focus on the opening of key crossings into the Gaza Strip.
The sounds of gunfire and the sight of Hamas rockets were still present in Gaza tonight as talks of a ceasefire continued in Cairo, ITV News correspondent Dan Rivers reported.
Ceasefire or no ceasefire, the guns are busy tonight around Gaza - plenty of low thuds (Israeli Navy?) & I have seen Hamas rockets 8.30 pm
US Secretary of State John Kerry has said he is confident there is a framework for a truce in Gaza that will "ultimately succeed" despite Israel rejecting the latest ceasefire proposal.
He was joined at a news conference in Cairo by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, where both men called for a seven-day humanitarian truce in Gaza across the Eid-ul-Fitr religious holiday, beginning with an extendable 12-hour "pause" in fighting.
Mr Kerry accepted there are still disagreements on the terminology for a Gaza truce but said peacemakers were "working towards" brokering an agreement between Israel and Hamas.
He said he was confident Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was "committed" to working towards a peaceful solution.
The Israeli security cabinet's rejection of the latest Gaza ceasefire proposal has come after both sides in the conflict renewed air strikes.
The Israeli Defence Force said two more soldier deaths today took its death toll to 35, while more than 800 Palestinians - mostly civilians - have died in 18 days of fighting.
The Palestinian fatalities included 15 people in the shelling of a UN-run school in Gaza yesterday.
ITV News Correspondent Dan Rivers, reporting from a hospital treating the injured, met the young victims orphaned in the school attack:
- From Dan Rivers on Thursday: The faces of those children will haunt me forever
Israel's security cabinet has rejected a proposed ceasefire in the Gaza Strip, an Israeli government source has said.
The source said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's cabinet wants modifications to the proposal in order to end hostilities after 18 days of fighting. Hamas has yet to respond to the proposed ceasefire.
The Israeli Defence Force has announced an Israeli soldier who Hamas claimed to have abducted in Gaza last Sunday was killed in the attack on his vehicle.
Sgt Oron Shaul was unaccounted for after his armoured personnel carrier (APC) was shot in the Sajaiya neighbourhood of the city on July 20.
Hamas claimed to have captured him in an ambush, although this account was reportedly soon disputed by Israeli officers, before the IDF today announced:
We can confirm that Staff Sgt. Oron Shaul, 21, was one of 7 soldiers killed in the explosion of an APC on July 20 in Gaza.
The confirmation of the death of Sgt Shaul and the announcement of the death of two more soldiers today took the IDF toll to 35 since Operation Protective Edge began on July 8.