Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says a cease-fire with Hamas is "not on the agenda," according to the Israeli newspaper Ha'aretz.
As Israel talks war with Gaza and Hamas.
Ron Prosor, Israel Ambassador to the UN, says one rocket has been fired from Gaza into Israel every 10 minutes. He added that a generation of children are growing up thinking that this is a normal way of life and described it as "unacceptable". Hamas should be recognised as terrorists and should be dismantled, he said.
Al Jazeera's Stefanie Dekker reporting from Gaza : "Unless the core issues are addressed, like ending the occupation, we going to see this happen again and again."
Al Jazeera's Bernard Smith reporting from Jerusalem, said that the Israeli military says that the family - who lost eight families in a rocket attack on their home - had been warned that the building was going to be bombed.
Al Jazeera's John Hendren in Gaza: "There are two sides to the conflict, the results are lopsided"
"Everyone is talking about a ground invasion and people are saying that is the next step".