The jihadist Salafi group, the "Omar Brigades," who sympathizes with Islamic State, claimed responsibility for firing a rocket from Gaza which hit Israel's south on Saturday. It also claimed the previous recent firings at Israel.
At the start of the weekly cabinet meeting, Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday that he hasn't heard a word of condemnation from the world about three rocket attacks from Gaza over the past two weeks. Netanyahu says it will be "interesting to see if this silence continues when we use all our strength in exercising our right to defend ourselves."
He vowed that the
> Read: Netanyahu: World is silent in face of rocket attacks on Israel"hypocrisy that is spreading around the world will not restrain us from defending the citizens of Israel. That is how we have operated and that is how we will continue to operate."