The Palestinian Islamic Jihad group says an Egypt-brokered ceasefire in Israel has been agreed after air raids killed at least 34 people in Gaza.
Breeding is forced from 5:30 local time (03:30 GMT), group spokesman Musab al-Braim, told Reuters agency, which has marked about 48 hours since when Israel annihilated the exchange of fire by killing a group's top commander in an air raid, which he considered an imminent threat.
Gaza's health service says the death toll in two days of Israeli air raids has increased to 34, including eight members of Abu Malhous's family. At least 63 Israelis received treatment for rocket attack injuries fired from Gaza. the besieged Palestinian enclave.
According to an Islamic Jihad official, the agreement stipulates that Palestinian factions should ensure a return to calm in Gaza and "maintain peace" during the demonstrations, while Israel should stop fighting and "ensure a cessation of waste" during the demonstration. by Palestinians.
There was no immediate confirmation of the agreement from Israel.
Its officials say that if Islamic Jihad fighters cease fire, Israel will follow suit. Jihad commander Bahaa Abu al-Ata in Gaza, the two sides exchanged fire, with the Israeli military saying it recorded more than 350 incoming rockets. 19659004] Israel claims that Abu al-Ata was responsible for rocket fire as well as other attacks and is planning more violence, with the military calling him a "ticking bomb". flames roared and exploded as air defense missiles intercepted rockets, sending Israelis hurrying bombs. He said, following reports that he would hold talks aimed at stopping the fight.
The UN and Egypt have been instrumental in mediating previous stops between Israel and Gaza-based armed forces.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday that Islamic Jihad should stop rocket attacks or "absorb more and more blows".
Islamic Jihad spokesman Musab al-Barayem said the group was not interested in retaliating for killing one of its commanders.
The fire has raised fears of a new all-out conflict between Israeli and Palestinian factions in Gaza, which saw three major Israeli military operations in the last decade.