Apparently, Netanyahu's decision to attack came hours after an IDF officer had been lightly injured by sniper fire during violent riots in the southern Gaza Strip.
An IDF tank attacked a Hamas field monitoring post in the northern Gaza Strip in response.
The Hamas-run Health Ministry in Gaza said that 14 rioters were injured by Israeli gunfire.
The forces arrested him immediately after he surrendered to the soldiers.
The cut in aid was apparently triggered by the fact that both the PLO and Hamas pay out salaries to terrorists in Israeli security prisons and to their families.
Hamas suspected the four armed diplomats were Israeli spies. It went downhill from there.
The IDF did not specify what infrastructure had been attacked.
The IDF said they found the projectile launched at Israel.
Israeli military forces later struck three Hamas positions in Gaza in retaliation for the violence along the border.
The delegation met with Hamas politburo chief Ismail Haniyeh in Gaza City.
There were no casualties, but there were reports of explosions in the area.
The Ramallah government accused Hamas of undermining its operations and detaining some of its workers.
The desalination plant is expected provide water to more than two million Gazans when construction is complete.
IDF personnel were investigating to see whether rockets were fired from Gaza.
The forces struck two Hamas observation posts near Khan Younis, in southern Gaza.
This is the third incident in which an improvised explosive device sent from Gaza landed in Israeli territory in the last week.
The Iron Dome aerial defense system intercepted 250 of the missiles fired at Israel in 2018; 45 more rockets and missiles landed in urban areas.
“One hundred and ninety-one asylum seekers were admitted today,” Francken wrote. “The largest group of young single men from Gaza."
A week ago, Hamas and Islamic Jihad leaders threatened to renew the fire after four Arab rioters had been killed during Friday demonstrations near the border fence.
At least one rioter was killed and five more were injured during Friday's clashes at the Israeli-Gaza border.
This verbal escalation apparently stems from an increase in self-confidence among the terror groups inside the Gaza Strip, which perceive that Israel is not interested in a confrontation with Gaza.
The terrorists who abducted IDF soldier Gilad Shalit on June 25, 2006 were members of the PRC and Hamas.
Eizenkot said that calls for drastic measures against the Arabs in Judea and Samaria do not support the IDF's mission to provide security as well as a sense of security to civilians.
The organization purports to be "a nonviolent movement" but frankly, by expressing such fervent support for Hamas . . . well, it's questionable.
The Israel Defense Force responded immediately to the concerns expressed by the residents.