The clang of hammer on metal and the roar of a blowtorch can be heard long before you walk into Israeli metal sculptor Yaron Bob’s workshop.
The Israel Defense Forces is investigating the blown covert operation in Gaza that led to hundreds of rockets being fired into southern Israel.
The move could trigger new elections.
Israel and Hamas aren’t likely to be at war anytime soon. But both sides are dead set on terrorizing one another’s civilian populations.
In a joint statement, they said they are “committed to the cease-fire as long as Israel doesn’t break it and doesn’t attack the Palestinian people.”
Through the literal besiegement of Palestinians, Israel has imposed a mental siege on its citizens, convincing them they are under constant threat
After a lull in rocket fire between about 1 a.m. and 6 a.m., rocket fire picked up again on Tuesday morning. Cease-fire talks have been suspended.
Palestinian militants on Monday carried out their most intensive shelling of Israel since the 2014 Gaza war
IDF: “The force waged a heroic and complex battle and was able to exfiltrate in its entirety. We salute the bravery of Lt. Col. M. and his peers.”
Hamas spokesman Fawzi Barhoum called the Israeli attack “cowardly.”