Hamas Rejects Ceasefire; Decision for Ground Invasion Coming Soon
4:54 PM, Nov 18, 2012 • By DANIEL HALPER
The terror group Hamas has reportedly rejected a ceasefire agreement with Israel.
"Senior Hamas official Mousa Abu Marzook said on Sunday evening that the terror group rejected two of Israel’s ceasefire demands out of hand, sinking talks in Egypt," the Times of Israel reports.
With Hamas rejecting a ceasefire, tonight will likely be a critical decision-making moment in Israel. Netanyahu will have to decide whether to approve a ground invasion or seek to stop Hamas rocket fire through airstrikes alone -- which so far have slowed, but not stopped, Hamas attacks.