An Israeli minister has called on Netanyahu to break the ceasefire agreement
Israeli Public Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir today urged Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu not to respect the ceasefire as Palestinian Hamas fired three "explosive devices" at Israeli soldiers stationed in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.
Ben Gvir called on Netanyahu to order the army to "forcefully crush Hamas," Beta reported, citing The Times of Israel.
"We cannot wait for them to kill our fighters," Ben Gvir wrote in a statement.
The announcement by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) about the attack on Israeli soldiers is the first information about a violation of the four-day ceasefire agreement, which was extended for two days on Monday.
However, according to analysts, it is unlikely that Israel will violate the agreement, reports The Times of Israel.