Israel Bombs Building as Retaliation for Hamas Cyber Attack

Palestinians say truce reached as Israel vowed'massive strikes

Palestinians say truce reached as Israel vowed'massive strikes

While there is no detailed information on what was the aim of the Hamas cyber attack which prompted the airstrike, the commander of the IDF Cyber Division Brigadier General "D" said that it was aimed at "harming the quality of life of Israeli citizens" according to a The Times of Israel report.

Trump wrote on Twitter: "Once again, Israel faces a barrage of deadly rocket attacks by terrorist groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad".

One conservative commenter made a decision to give Omar a short lesson in history, noting succinctly, "Israel pulled out of Gaza in 2005".

The US President threw his entire support behind Israel. Trump warned Hamas the Gazan people would receive "more misery" if they continue to attack Israel. "END the violence and work towards peace - it can happen!" Israeli counterstrikes at what the Israel Defense Forces said were military targets killed at least a dozen Palestinians.

Republicans were harsh to condemn freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., who tweeted Sunday night about this weekend's violence in Israel, the worst in a string of flare-ups since a 2014 war.

More than 600 rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip to Israel, which in turn responded with strikes on military targets in the Gaza Strip. "The status quo of [Israeli] occupation and humanitarian crisis in Gaza is unsustainable", Omar said.

The natural gas from the Tamar field is being pumped by a subsea pipeline from a rig which is within the range of some the hundreds of rockets fired from the Gaza Strip at Israel over the past few days.

Cheney snapped, "1. Hamas controls Gaza. 2".

One tweeter user remarked, "Are you an elected official in the United States or Palestine?"

A ceasefire between Israel and Hamas was announced early Monday morning, bringing an end to the recent round of fighting.