Israel Vows To 'Forcefully React' As Cease-Fire Ends

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Israel Vows To 'Forcefully React' As Cease-Fire Ends

by Wochit 1:45 mins

Israel Vows To 'Forcefully React' As Cease-Fire Ends

by Wochit 1:45 mins

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered Israel's military to forcefully react, after fighting resumed within seconds of a 72-hour Gaza cease-fire that ended early Friday. Israel said at least 18 rockets had been fired from Gaza and its Iron Dome missile defense system had intercepted two of them. Netanyahu said: "We will continue to strike Hamas, its infrastructure, its operatives and restore security." Officials in Gaza say the war has killed 1,874 Palestinians-- most of them civilians. Ron Prosser, Israel's representative to the U.N., explains how Hamas launches its rockets from Gazan residential neighborhoods:

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