Zionist Force Infiltrates Gaza to Assassinate Hamas Commander, Hamas Responds

A greenhouse that was set on fire by an infiltrator from Gaza

A greenhouse that was set on fire by an infiltrator from Gaza

Israel's army said an exchange of fire erupted on Sunday during an operation in the Gaza Strip, while Palestinian officials reported six people killed, including a local commander of Hamas's armed wing.

The Israeli military reported an "exchange of fire" had taken place during operational activity in Gaza and said that one officer was killed and a second was wounded.

The Hamas military wing, Izzedine al-Qassam, said that in Sunday's incursion, Israeli undercover forces drove about 3 kilometers (2 miles) into southeastern Gaza and shot and killed Nour el-Deen Baraka, a mid-level commander in the town of Khan Younis.

The shooting began at about 9:30 P.M. Palestinian sources in Gaza said an IOF force was operating inside the Gaza Strip, east of Khan Yunis.

Netanyahu returned to Israel on Monday morning, cutting short a trip to Paris where he was set to meet French President Emmanuel Macron after having participated in ceremonies marking 100 years since the end of World War I.

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was in Paris for World War I commemorations. "More details to follow", an Israeli army statement said.

Israeli critics, including members of Netanyahu's hard-line coalition, accused him of capitulating to violence and of granting relief to the embattled Hamas group. The Iron Dome missile defense system intercepted at lease two projectiles during the subsequent exchange of fire.

The incident shattered what appeared to be a turning point after months of bloodshed along the Israel-Gaza border.

Recent weeks have seen Israeli decisions to allow Qatar to provide the Gaza Strip with millions of dollars in aid for salaries as well as fuel to help ease an electricity crisis.

Israeli warplanes intervened by launching airstrikes over the area, immediately killing seven Palestinians and variously injuring more than seven others, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza.

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Netanyahu said earlier on Sunday that there is "No political solution exists for Gaza, just as there isn't one with ISIL" and that he is doing everything he can to avoid "unnecessary war".

Israeli Education Minister Naftali Bennett, the head of the right-wing Jewish Home party, likened the cash payments to the Gaza Strip as "protection money" paid to criminals.

Over 170 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire in the border protests, in which Palestinians throw rocks, burning tyres and grenades toward Israeli troops.

Hamas said the Israeli actions dealt a blow to Egyptian, Qatari and United Nations efforts to broker a long-term ceasefire between the Palestinian group and Israel and ease an Israeli blockade that has deepened economic hardship in Gaza.

"Everyone knows where that money is going to go ultimately", said Netanyahu's agriculture minister, Uri Ariel.

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