Hamas, an Islamic militant group that seeks Israel’s destruction, has ruled Gaza with an iron fist since seizing
control of the coastal area in 2007.
According to the army, since the beginning of 2016, nine projectiles fired from the Gaza Strip hit Israel.
The spike in violence puts pressure on a ceasefire that has held since the last round of hostilities in Gaza ended in summer 2014.
Sinai witnessed many attacks by militants since the January 2011 revolution that toppled dictator Hosni Mubarak.
Four rockets were fired in the past 24 hours, the military said, without elaborating on the test or type of rockets fired.
Netanyahu and Abbas must use the ceasefire to begin a serious dialogue on durable peace.
“A full military reoccupation of Gaza was seriously considered,” Israel’s minister of intelligence Yuval Steinitz told BBC’s HARDtalk.
The Israeli military said it bombed about 20 targets across the Hamas-dominated strip.
The Hamas-run website said the 11 were killed and warned that the same punishment will be imposed soon on others.
The ceasefire collapsed after rockets from Gaza reached Tel Aviv and Jerusalem and Israel resumed airstrikes in Gaza.
Egyptian mediators have been struggling to end the five-week-old Gaza conflict and seal a deal
Media reports said the both sides are to sign an agreement on long-term ceasefire before the end of the truce.
Two other suspects, identified by Israel as Marwan Kawasma and Amer Abu Aysha, remain at large.
Navy now hopes that the LR-SAM system will be installed on INS Kolkata.
Four weeks of violence has killed 1,939 Palestinians and 67 on the Israeli side since Operation Protective Edge began on July 8.