Madison Ruppert, Contributing Writer
After the recent apparent terrorist attack in Israel the IDF has once again ramped up their targeting of Palestinians in Gaza.
During an alleged firefight between militants and IDF forces, at least three Egyptian security forces were killed, for which Israel did not apologize but expressed “regret”.
In the wake of the terrorist attack, Israeli drones slaughtered a disproportionate number of Palestinians, including unknown numbers of civilians.
The mainstream media, including the Rothschild-founded Reuters and Zionist Jerusalem Post, were peddling a blatant lie that Hamas had formally called off the ceasefire that has been in place since Operation Cast Lead.
The statement was immediately contradicted by real Hamas officials, yet the Jerusalem Post made no mention of this and Reuters pretended that a radio station allegedly tied to Hamas was more reputable than a party official.
It became clear that Hamas was having no part in the rocket attacks on Israel and a bilateral ceasefire was declared between Israel and Gaza.
Unfortunately for the people of Palestine, this so-called ceasefire ended today, after only one day.
According to medical sources, at least one Palestinian was left dead and others were injured by a rocket fired from an Israeli drone.
The rocket was fired on a civilian vehicle in the West of Rafah, in South Gaza Strip.
The informal ceasefire, reached through talks between Palestinian parties, Israel and the UN and Egypt, was clearly and unequivocally broken after only a day.
The news on this is sparse, with al Jazeera publishing the first report. I will cover this topic as it evolves and more reports emerge from the embattled Gaza Strip.
UPDATE: Ashraf Shannon of Press TV in Gaza has reported that the attack was carried out by an “Israeli jet” not a drone. Details are unclear at this point but we will keep you updated. Stay tuned.