Israeli airstrikes in Gaza's Khan Younis this morning seemed "precisely targeted in residential areas" and locals were given a warning five minutes ahead of the attacks, ITV News Middle East correspondent Geraint Vincent reports from Gaza.
On journey to and from Khan Younis in Gaza this am, I counted four explosions. Not huge ones, but big enough to make you jump #Gaza
....they sounded like drone strikes. Seemed precisely targeted in residential areas we were driving through #gaza
At destroyed house we visited, locals told me the people living there got a phone call from Israelis giving them a five minute warning #gaza
It's been an emotionally exhausting day in Israel and Gaza as hopes for peace were raised then dashed then raised then dashed again.
In the court of international opinion, this is how Israel wins a battle and still manages to lose the war.
Until the Israelis and the Palestinians find a way of resolving the underlining conflict this will not be more than a pause.