The Israeli Army has accused this Friday the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) of violating the temporary truce agreement in the Gaza Strip and has announced the resumption of attacks after having intercepted a rocket that would have been launched from the enclave, just one week after the start of the truce between the parties.

“Hamas violated the agreement and also fired on the territory of the State of Israel. The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) They have resumed firing against the terrorist organization Hamas in the Gaza Strip“reads a statement published just a few minutes before the extension of the temporary truce agreed with Hamas officially ended.

Thus, for the first time since a week ago, when the pause agreement came into force on November 24, anti-aircraft sirens have sounded in the Israeli city of Sderot and towns near Gaza. The Palestinian news agency Wafa has noted that Shooting is already taking place in the northwest of Gaza City and intense flights of military aircraft and drones in the aforementioned area.

Precisely, the Gaza Ministry of the Interior has reported the bombing of residential buildings in various parts of the enclave, such as Khan Yunis and Rafá (south) or Jabalia (north). Hours before the end of the humanitarian pause agreed upon by the parties, a Palestinian succumbed to his injuries after being shot by the Israeli Army on Wednesday in the city of Beit Hanun, in northern Gaza.

They thus rose to four the number of dead during the temporary truce, as reported by the Wafa news agency. The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has indicated that “sporadic incidents” have been reported and has reported that this Wednesday Israeli soldiers killed two Palestinians.