In addition, a balloon attached to an improvised explosive device (IED) was discovered near Ashkelon. The Israel Police bomb squad was summoned to neutralize the explosive.
"We need to deliver a powerful blow to Hamas. That is the only way to get the situation back to the way it was before, and to lower the level of violence to zero, or to nearly zero."
As of February 2009, many key points in Resolution 1701 remain insufficiently addressed.
The terrorist was indicted in a military court today.
The terrorist was killed and the soldier was evacuated for medical treatment.
"The desire to advance the home demolition of the murderer does not stem from a place of revenge. Rather, this demand is intended to increase deterrence in order to save lives."
The explosion damaged her brain stem in 2011 and she remained in a vegetative state for six years.
Miraculously, there were no physical injuries, despite the fact that at least one of the firebombs burst into flames on the road.
No physical injuries were reported in the attack, but there was damage to the vehicle from the rocks.
Gunfire emanating from Gaza apparently triggered the rocket alert sirens, the IDF said.
"We have the same minds and we have the same hearts," Netanyahu said, adding, "We have the same interests and the same values."
Ghaith is known as a prominent anti-Israel activist in Kfar Hashiloach, who agitates against the Jewish families moving into the neighborhood.
“Anyone who helps the wanted person will be subject to ... long-term imprisonment, the demolition of his home, and the revocation of all the permits for himself and his family.”
Improvised explosive devices (IEDs) were still hurled over the security fence at Israeli soldiers, as were Molotov cocktails and live grenades, as in previous weeks.
Eizenkot, who ended a US visit early following the rocket that hit a civilian neighborhood in Beersheba, found himself engaged in his own survival war .
"These steps are only temporary and aim at avoiding war. We must never forget that, at its heart, Gaza is not a humanitarian problem, it is a political problem."
"One event pursues another, a procession follows another, endangering the lives of the residents and the soldiers."
When asked if after the restoration of the Gaza Strip Hamas would take care of the needs of its citizens, Eiland replied: "No. Extremist regimes operate according to short-term interests."
The Hamas decision to ease the confrontations with the IDF "came to reduce the losses among the protesters."
In addition to the leaflet, Arab media reported that the IDF has been using megaphones to call on the terrorist to turn himself in.
The money is being allocated for emergency preparedness and for the maintenance of routine services for residents in the communities along the Gaza border.
"We must fight the terrorism of the balloons as the State of Israel fights any other kind of terrorism.”
Lapid blamed the Netanyahu administration for Wednesday's devastating rocket attack in Be'er Sheva: "This is the result of a government that for nearly five years hasn't decided what its policy is [regarding Gaza]."
The group is allegedly a radical faction that once was part of Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah faction.
The balloon and its terrorist package landed in the industrial zone close to the Nesharim interchange near Ramle.