Palestinians claim that the IDF killed and injured Gazans who approached the border fence.
The following poll result were reported on the Knesset TV Channel, after the Cease Fire announcement.
Both the perpetrator and his employer admitted the charges against them.
“When will all this end already?” exclaimed one Israeli to another. “Politicians shaking hands has never ended terror.”
Two more rockets pointed at Israel were found and neutralized in Lebanon.
A Border Policeman was stabbed by a female Arab assailant in eastern Jerusalem near the Shalem police station. He is lightly injured. Other police nearby...
IDF reports claim that Israel’s military inflicted serious damage on Hamas during the eight days of Operation Amud Anan – Pillar of Defense.
Two Rockets at Ashekelon Beach. No injuries. Does Israel now get to complain to Egypt about the ceasefire violations?
In an interview with Israel Radio, Defense Minister Ehud Barak said that he considered conquering Gaza throughout Operation Pillar of Defense, but did not take the step because he did not want Israel to remain in the region for a long period of time.
International media are touting the Israel-Hamas ceasefire agreement as a political boon for Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, saying the brokering of the deal has made the new president a “major regional player”.
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Ma'an News agency reports that Arab on Arab violence continues as 1 Gazan was killed and 3 more injured due to celebratory gunfire.
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle applauded the ceasefire agreement between Gaza terror group Hamas and the State of Israel, saying on Wednesday that "if the ceasefire holds, this would be a great relief for all of us, but especially for the people of Israel and Gaza".
Outraged residents of the beleaguered cities of Sderot, Ashkelon, and Kiryat Malachi took to the streets, decrying the government's decision to enter into a ceasefire with Hamas.
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius outraged Tehran by placing the onus of “heavy responsibility” for the recent war between Israel and Gaza terrorists on Iran.
PM Netanyahu's Statement at November 21 Press Conference with Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Defense - Operation Pillar of Defense – Cease-Fire
Latest update on the war with Gaza, for Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012.
According to a report by Ynet, seven people, including five soldiers, were injured in a rocket attack on the Eshkol Regional Council on Wednesday...
Reports in Rotter News indicated that Arabs in Beit Tzafafa are celebrating Israel's announcement of a ceasefire by shooting off fireworks.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Defense Minister Ehud Barak, and Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman are currently conducting a press conference announcing the initiation of a ceasefire starting at 9pm.