Netanyahu: We will not agree to any ceasefire that does end kite terror

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responded to criticism from cabinet members and others of the apparent ceasefire with Hamas, in a statement at the beginning of the cabinet meeting Sunday morning.
"I heard people saying that Israel agreed to a ceasefire that will allow the fire terrorism of kites and balloons to continue. This is not true," Netanyahu said. 
"We are not prepared to accept any attacks against us, and we will respond appropriately."
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