Terrorists in Gaza have again broken cease-fire, this time, that was set to end at midnight by launching a rocket at Israel, according to reports from the Jerusalem Post.
One rocket hit an open area in Sha’ar Hanegev; and of course, Hamas denies firing the rockets.
A Hamas spokesperson denied on Wednesday, that any rockets had been fired from the Gaza Strip at Israel. Even though a rocket from that area hit Israel.
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The rockets were fired from Gaza just two hours before the midnight deadline passed. No one was injured, and no damages incurred, the IDF confirmed.
Former Prime Minister of Hamas, Ismail Haniyeh believes if there is to ever be a truce, it has to start with the removal of the blockade in Gaza.
“The sacrifices of our people don’t allow for compromises on the rights and demands of the Palestinians,” Haniyeh said.
He went on to say that the Palestinian team in Cairo and its members should not “succumb to blackmail” and offered his support to them.
“Israel and Egypt harbor deep security concerns about Hamas, the dominant Islamist group in the small, Mediterranean coastal enclave, complicating any deal on easing border restrictions,” According to the Jerusalem Post,