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Maariv commentator Ben Caspit wrote that during the security cabinet meeting on Thursday Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman was a lone voice in support of a new war in Gaza.

Palestinians gather on the remains of a building after it was bombed by an Israeli aircraft, in Gaza City August 9, 2018. He was identified as 30-year-old Ali al-Ghandour.

The ministry said that 84 people had been injured during border clashes with IDF, testing the calm that has descended on the region after two days of fierce fighting.

"Everyday life in besieged Gaza is shaped by Israeli policy", IMEU added, posting a video compilation that captures the living conditions of millions of the almost two million people living in the occupied Gaza Strip.

In his piece, Greenblatt cited two cases, in 2011 and 2016, in which he says Palestinian firefighters joined their Israeli counterparts to combat massive conflagrations that had spread and wreaked havoc in Israel, as examples of the kind of cooperation that should exist between the two entities.

"I've chose to take part in this fight, because there is none more justified". Thirteen other Israelis were reportedly treated for "shock".

Hours earlier, after the long-range Palestinian missile attack, the first of its kind since a 2014 war, Israeli air strikes had resumed after a short lull, flattening a multi-storey building that the Israeli military described as a Hamas headquarters. Israel did not officially confirm a truce was in place.

On Tuesday, Israeli tank fire had killed two members of Hamas' military wing. Another night of terror & families huddling in fear as Israel defends itself.

The strike hit a building that Palestinians say housed a cultural centre and other offices in the middle of the city, an AFP correspondent said.

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Israeli warplanes hit struck dozens of targets in the Gaza Strip and three people were reported killed there, while Palestinian militants from the territory fired scores of rockets into Israel in a fierce burst of violence overnight. "It's duty to respond and break the occupation".

In the West Bank, ruled by President Mahmoud Abbas's Western-backed Palestinian Authority, the public and private sectors have launched projects to diversify power sources to get cheaper electricity and more self-sufficiency.

"Among the sites targeted were a weapons manufacturing and a storage facility, a complex used for the Hamas' naval force and a military compound used for rocket launching experiments", the Israeli military said in a statement.

Reserve general Doron Almog, former head of Israel's southern command which deals with Gaza, told army radio on Friday morning that the next 24 hours would be crucial.

At least three Palestinians were killed in Israeli airstrikes, while seven people were injured by rockets fired into the Jewish state. "Hamas has been hit hard".

With fears of a new Israeli onslaught on the horizon, reports have emerged of the United Nations scrambling to negotiate a ceasefire.

"For months I have been warning that the humanitarian, security and political crisis in Gaza risk a devastating conflict that nobody wants".

The second paragraph continues with the obfuscation, reducing the long night of Palestinian attacks that sent Israeli civilians to bomb shelters throughout the night, and Israel's eventual response, as an "exchange".

The protests are partly meant to draw attention to the Israeli-Egyptian blockade imposed after Hamas took control of Gaza in 2007.