Shell hits the Gaza envelope: Israeli media
The occupation's artillery forces then retaliated by bombing a resistance watchtower in Beit Lahiya, according to Israeli media.
Israeli media reported that a rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip and landed in an open area in the Gaza Strip envelope settlements causing the emergency alert systems to go off in the "Nativ Haasra" and "Yad Mordechai" settlements.
The occupation's artillery forces then bombed a resistance watchtower in Beit Lahiya, according to Israeli media: adding that the occupation prime minister would be conducting an assessment of the security situation.
The Israeli media scorned last night's ceasefire in light of this attack.
"They will tell us now that lightning struck a missile launcher," a reporter for Yedioth Ahronoth said.
"What a deterrent, only 20 hours after the agreement, they launched missiles," the Channel 13 correspondent said.
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Yesterday, Egyptian media reported that Cairo mediated a ceasefire between the Palestinian Resistance and the Israeli occupation that takes effect at 10:00 pm Saturday.
The ceasefire agreement text stated that Cairo urged the two sides to implement the agreement and is working to follow up on that by communicating with them.
According to the text, the ceasefire between the two sides will be adhered to, and it includes stopping the targeting of civilians and individuals and the demolition of homes.
Reuters cited two Palestinian officials as confirming the Egyptian-brokered ceasefire agreement.
On its part, Israeli media cited a security source as saying that the ceasefire will be implemented in the coming hours, and we did not commit to stopping the assassinations.
The media pointed out that consultations with Israeli occupation Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have ended, citing a political source as saying that the ceasefire will take effect at 10 pm Saturday.
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