Photo Credit: Miriam Alster / Flash 90
IDF tanks redeployed to southern Israel along the border with Gaza when Israeli forces prepared to clear the area on August 06, 2014.

Three hours before the 8:00 a.m. (Israel time) scheduled end of the ceasefire, two rockets were shot from Gaza into Israel.

No injuries or destruction as a result of those rockets were reported.


Israeli media reported on Thursday that members of the knesset are drawing up a bill defining the Gaza Strip “enemy territory.” This would mean that efforts to file compensation claims for damage caused by Israel’s ground incursion or other efforts to end the Strip’s terrorism towards Israel would be barred.

A source within the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades said that the brigades “will renew their aggressions as soon as the ceasefire ends Friday 8am.” Hussam Badran, the group’s spokesperson abroad, said “Hamas did not give up on a single demand it presented in Cairo to the occupation (Israel),” i24News reported.

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UPDATE: The two rockets landed in an open field in the Eshkol regional council. Despite the ceasefire breach, talks continue in Egypt.



  1. Thank God! Now wipe them out. Israel needs to reacquaint itself with kherem–the total ban. Israel will have peace, Hamas will get all the martyrs it wants, no more terrorists stronghold, no more UN there, nothing but Israel. Then we can go back to arguing with each other in “peace.” 😉 You know, back in the old days Israel had “jihad” too, and it may change the minds of terrorists forever.

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