Two Palestinians were killed on Tuesday in an Israeli airstrike targeting a group of citizens in Beit Lahia town in northern the Gaza Strip.
The military said it was prepared "to target any aggression against Israel and holds Hamas responsible for everything happening in and from the Gaza Strip". It then cuts to footage of a shell hitting the post and an explosion.
The men were both claimed as members of the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, a violent wing of Hamas.
"The resistance can not allow the occupation to impose a policy of bombing sites and targeting fighters without paying the price", it said in a statement.
Palestinian sources explained that Israeli Occupation Authorities (IOA) agreed on some of the issues negotiated, most notably not to object to the internal reconciliation process between Hamas and Fatah, to facilitate the travel of deputies and leaders of the two movements through the crossings, and to begin steps on the ground to open the closed Gaza crossings. He became the third fatality of Friday's violence, the total death toll of the Great March of Return to 155, according to the Gaza Health Ministry. Hamas denies this. Palestinians militants have also fired rockets into Israel and the Israeli military has carried out dozens of air strikes in the enclave.
A 17-year-old Palestinian died of his wounds on Saturday after being shot by Israeli forces near the Gaza security fence, where protests have been ongoing since March. It deemed Israel's shelling of them a "criminal act".
An Israeli official told Israeli media that no agreement with Hamas would take place without the release of two Israeli civilians, Avera Mengistu and Hisham al-Sayed, and the bodies of two soldiers, Oron Shaul and Hadar Goldin.