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The IDF will show no reticence against demonstrators on the border with Gaza, Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT) Major General Kamil Abu Rukun said in an Arabic-language video released Thursday night.
The video was directed at those Gazans who might be taking part in another weekly violence round called "The Great Return March." "The IDF will show no restraint," Abu Rukun warned, "anyone who is within 100 yards of the 19459016 fence exposes itself to a risk, they were warned," he added.
The warning came under Israeli anger over a ceasefire agreement with Hamas earlier this week, which followed 48 hours after the clashes in which terrorist groups in the Gaza Strip burned over 460 rockets at Israeli civilians, killing one person and injuring nearly 100 others – including Defense Ministers Avigdor Liberman has formally submitted his resignation on ceasefire agreement on Thursday.
The crisis threatens to overthrow the government of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, now with a razor-thin 61-seat.
-Majority sitting in the Knesset of 120.
Hundreds of residents of Israeli cities in Ga za-Belt in the south protested in front of the IDF headquarters in Tel Aviv against the ceasefire agreement. They blocked roads and held signs saying, "We are not second-class citizens."
The protests took place When Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Gaza City City Council officials to clarify his position following public criticism of Tzachi Hanegbi, Minister of Regional Cooperation, who had already indicated on Thursday that That rockets being shot at the Gaza belt are not just a reason for a full occupation are military operation in the Gaza Strip.
"There is a difference between the Gaza-Belt region and Tel Aviv, the economic upper limit Italy of Israel. , , The Hamas attack was minor because shooting on Tel Aviv has a different impact, "he said.
Hanegbi said the Prime Minister and the Defense Institute agree that" to stop the violence with Gaza "requires an attempt To reach a long way Time understanding so as not to enter into a war that would cost hundreds of dead soldiers.
Meanwhile, an Egyptian intelligence delegation met with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem before settling in Gaza to deal with Hamas Officials to discuss the recent talks Ceasefire agreement between Israel and Hamas, reported the Palestinian Authority media.
TPS and Yona Schnitzer have contributed to this report.