Hamas, the Palestinian political and militia group administering Gaza, has warned Israel against "testing" its military capabilities, warning that another Israeli raid into the Gaza Strip would lead to rocket attacks against Tel Aviv. "This time you did not have a lot of casualties and you managed to rescue your special forces", said Sinwar at a memorial service for the Palestinians killed in recent clashes. "The first barrage to hit Tel Aviv will surprise Israel", he said.
"Whoever tests Gaza will find only death and poison".
"This [Hamas missile strikes] shows that normalization of Arab-Israeli relations, declarations of Quds [Jerusalem] as the Israeli capital and the [US-led] Deal of the Century are dreams that will not come true and the Zionist regime will not attain them", Amir Abdollahian said, according to a report by Iranian FARS news agency.
Last week, an Israeli army lieutenant colonel was killed alongside seven Hamas militants, including a battalion commander, during an operation in the southern Gaza Strip city of Khan Yunis.
Avigdor Lieberman resigned as Israel's defence minister due to the ceasefire, with Israel's immigration minister following soon after.
Benjamin Netanyahu says Sunday that it would be wrong to go to early elections during a sensitive time for Israeli security.
Naftali Bennett, the education minister of the far-right Jewish Home party, which holds eight seats in parliament, has demanded the defence portfolio as a way of keeping the government together.
Long-simmering tensions between Israel and Palestinians in the Gaza Strip escalated in March, when Palestinian groups began the so-called "Great March of Return", demanding that refugees and their descendants be allowed to return to their ancestral territories in what is now Israel.