A Palestinian rocket blast killed a man in Israel today.
Palestinian militants have fired more than 2,000 deadly rockets at Israel as the region is ravaged by the worst violence since 2014.
Many missiles are intercepted by Israel’s Iron Dome air defense system.
The latest wave of violence began in Jerusalem and spread throughout the region over the past week.
There were clashes between Jews and Arabs and riots in the mixed cities of Israel.
Massive Palestinian protests also took place in the occupied West Bank on Friday, in which 11 people were shot and killed by Israeli forces.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged that Hamas would pay a heavy price for its rocket attacks as Israel concentrated troops on the Gaza border.
Israel estimates that more than 30 leaders of Hamas and the Islamic Jihad have been killed in the bombing of Gaza.
Netanyahu said: “I said that we will deal heavy blows against Hamas and other terrorist groups, and we are doing it.
“They pay and will continue to pay dearly. It’s not over yet. “
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US President Joe Biden expressed support for Israel, but was criticized for not doing more to end the escalating violence.
The UN Security Council will meet tomorrow to discuss violence.
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