The cease fire has already been technically broken by hamas but.. they'll be dealt with through proper channels and not return fire.
Nov. 22, 00:57 GMT: Israeli military has confirmed that at least five rockets had been fired at Israel from Gaza since the implementation of the
ceasefire. “We have counted five rockets fired from Gaza since 21:00 Wednesday,” the Israeli military's press service told Ria Novosti. “Three
of them landed in Israel, while two were intercepted. We did not fire back.” Earlier Reuters reported that 12 rockets were fired from Gaza, citing a
These are some more "up to date" updates.
Nov. 22, 14:40 GMT: An Israeli soldier injured by mortar fire from Gaza on Wednesday has died from his wounds. The casualty brings Israel’s death
toll in the conflict to six. The IDF identified the soldier as Boris Yarmulnik, 28, from the town of Netanya in northern Israel.
Nov. 22, 11:54 GMT: IDF chief Benny Ganz has ordered that reserve soldiers called up during the ‘Pillar of Defense’ operation gradually be
Nov. 22, 11:42 GMT: Israel could resume its missile attacks on Gaza at any point should Hamas violate the truce called on Wednesday, warned Defense
Minister Ehud Barak.
Nov. 22, 11:40 GMT: The ceasefire is an acceptable step for Israel-Gaza relations for the time being, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
Nov. 22, 09:32 GMT: Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas has sent special envoy Bassam al-Salhi on a three-day visit to China. Al-Salhi
will hold talks with Chinese officials on a number of issues, including an appeal by PA leaders for Beijing to intervene in the Israeli-Palestinian
conflict. The envoy is also expected to ask for support for the PA's request for non-observer status in the UN. The visit is widely seen as a sign of
China’s growing influence in the Middle East.
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