Hamas says it fired three missiles towards Israel’s Ben Gurion airport, clearly looking to get the FAA to reimpose its flight ban
Sirens in multiple Israeli towns and cities as a large barrage of rockets appear to be fired out of Gaza
At some point the tensions in the West Bank will have to enter Netanyahu’s Gaza equation
At least one Palestinian killed in Qalandia, some 60 injured, after 1,000s marched on the Israeli checkpoint
Situation looks bad in much of East Jerusalem tonight, clashes in various neighbourhoods, including Old City, plus Qalandia.
Security cabinet minister Erdan says It will take Israeli forces another week or two to destroy Gaza cross-border tunnels
“I do not see a ceasefire in the coming days where the IDF leave (Gaza),” says Israeli minister Peri. 2 or 3 days not enough to end tunnels
GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Gaza fighting raged on Wednesday, displacing thousands more Palestinians in the battered territory as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said efforts to secure a truce between Israel and Hamas had made some progress.
U.S. aviation authorities lifted a ban on flights to Tel Aviv which had been in force for two days, prompted by rocket salvoes out of the Gaza Strip, but many other global airlines were avoiding the Jewish state.