"I did not feel the pain, I lost consciousness. I was told my heart stopped beating and my blood pressure dropped to zero," Khaled said.
"When I woke up, I was shocked with the fact that both my legs were amputated, my urinary system injured and my left arm and side seriously injured by the missile shrapnel."
He was then taken by an ambulance to the European Hospital in Khan Younis.
However Khaled, who was a target for Israeli forces after he refused to collaborate with them, was warned that the Israeli forces were to attack the hospital later.
Though Gaza hospitals were battling to meet the urgent needs of thousands of injured people in Gaza, the Israeli blockade had its brutal grip on them.
The World Health Organization says Gaza's hospitals were "completely overwhelmed" during the Israel assault, with only a total of 2,000 hospital beds in Gaza, but more than 5,400 people injured.
Transferred from the European Hospital to Naser Hospital and then to Arish Hospital, he was then transferred to King Abdulaziz Medical City at National Guard Health Affairs in Riyadh where he received the required medical attention.
"Changing the dressing of the wound needs an operation as the pain is unbearable and I need to take sedation to have the wound cleaned," Khaled pointed to the remote control of the drug he is taking to relief his pain. Khaled and his brother Mohammed expressed their thanks and gratitude to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosque and all their Muslim brothers whom helped them through this hard time.