Rubbing Netanyahu's face in it, Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh warned: "Finally, if the Israeli occupation does not implement the ceasefire understandings, the battlefield will witness more escalation."
A total of seven fires were set in the Eshkol Regional Council district alone on Monday.
This is not the first time that Hamas and its allies have used riots at the border as cover for surreptitious terrorist activities.
One building was damaged by a rocket. Attack happened during a birthday ceremony for IDF soldier Oron Shaul, z'l, whose remains are still held by Hamas.
"The municipality is prepared, and in the event that they're needed, the assistance and resilience centers are located and ready in the various neighborhoods."
At least 1,000 acres of Jewish National Fund-owned forestland has been torched by Hamas fire kites and balloons since the arson terror attacks began two months ago.
Israel has six months in which to pass a bill that authorizes the defense establishment to hold the bodies.
The Red Alert incoming rocket warning system did not activate although it's not clear why.
Firefighters transferred four pet dogs found inside the homes to MDA teams in an attempt to save them, but all four dogs died of their wounds.
“The repeated instances in which international organizations are hijacked by Hamas highlights the urgent need for greater oversight by both NGOs and their donor governments."
Since March 30, at least 8,000 acres of forest land and agricultural farmland has been destroyed due to Gaza arson terror.
PIJ has challenged the authority of Hamas over the enclave in the past six months.
The terrorist targets included a Hamas headquarters building, the Hamas Internal Security Ministry, and the office of Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh.
Abu Hamza said military production units began working following the cease-fire to replace their rocket arsenal.
Rather ironic that they're now hitting their own schools too.
"It would be worthwhile [for Hamas] to pay attention, not only to what we are saying, but to what we are doing."
The kibbutz is located very close to the Gaza border with the central Gaza community of Khan Younis, and relies a great deal on turkey and dairy farming.
The attack came in response to violence by terrorists at Israel's border with northern Gaza several hours earlier.
Eshkol Regional Council officials told residents to maintain their normal routines but encouraged people to “keep their eyes open” for unusual incidents in the region.
One wonders how much spare time a tunnel digger actually has these days. Perhaps he has more than we realize.
The IDF, at this stage, is not necessarily disputing the PLO story, declaring instead: "The findings of the investigations are transferred to the Judge Advocate General's Office."
IDF combat soldiers also arrested a suspect who crossed the perimeter fence in the southern Gaza Strip.
In an open miracle, despite the awful damage, not one person was physically injured.
Despite the unceasing, daily riots, Israel's political echelon approved the passage of fuel trucks from Qatar into the Gaza Strip via the Kerem Shalom crossing on Tuesday.
All weekend leave for combat units in Southern Command has been cancelled.
It’s not clear what type of toxic gas was used by the Egyptian military personnel to fill the tunnel.
Iron Dome anti-missile batteries are designed to intercept short-range rockets and missiles.
At least one rioter was killed and five more were injured during Friday's clashes at the Israeli-Gaza border.
Some 20,000 Arabs rioted on Shabbat at several locations along the Gaza Strip border fence, torching tires and throwing explosive charges at IDF soldiers.
"The defeat of the Arabs in the June 1967 war, which was followed by the death of Gamal Abdel Nasser in 1970, constituted the decisive blow that ended nationalism."