Palestinians are seen through windows of the Ministry of Religious Affairs that was damaged by Israeli air strikes in Gaza City July 15, 2018. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem
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Sirens went off in southern Israel Monday shortly after its air force struck two Hamas posts inside Gaza, threatening to destabilize the cease-fire agreed just days earlier.A projectile was launched from Gaza toward Israel shortly after the strikes, the Israeli army said, but fell in the enclave.Israel conducted strikes on what it said were two Hamas posts in Gaza's Beit Hanoun and Jabalia. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited a southern Israeli town bordering Gaza earlier in the day and told community leaders there that Israel is engaged in a "lengthy battle".He visited a local kindergarten and pledged that Israel would put an end to the rocket fire and a Gaza campaign of flying incendiary kites and balloons across the border that have ignited fires damaging Israeli farms and nature reserves.
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