Somehow the left will find a way to blame Israel for this.
(Reuters) — Sporadic missile fire from the Gaza Strip hit southern Israel Monday for a fourth straight day, with Egypt trying to secure a truce and Israel warning it would toughen its response if the violence continued.
The Israeli military said Palestinian militants had fired 11 rockets through the morning, ending an overnight lull and adding to more than 110 launched in the preceding 72 hours.
One of the missiles hit a house in the southern Israeli town of Netivot, causing damage but no injuries.
Six Palestinians have been killed by Israeli shells fired on Gaza, including four civilians, and 40 wounded. Eight Israelis have also been wounded in the cross-border attacks.
“We have a full box of tools … that we have not yet used,” Israeli Vice Prime Minister Moshe Yaalon told Army Radio. “We will need to toughen our response until Hamas says ‘enough’ and ends the fire.”
The Islamist movement Hamas, which refuses to recognize Israel’s right to exist, governs in Gaza. While it took part in weekend missile launches, it did not claim responsibility for the Monday attacks, suggesting it was looking to step back.