Israeli Minister of Agriculture Ori Ariel said on Wednesday that he did not have heard news about deaths in Israeli strikes in Gaza Strip.
Speaking to Israeli general radio, the Israeli minister said that he wanted “qualitative” responses to alleged Palestinian rockets attacks.
“For months, I haven’t heard about news and wounded in Israeli airstrikes in the Gaza Strip,” he told the Israeli radio.
He wondered: “Which is the weapon we use when we strike the Gaza Strip that does not cause death and injuries among the Gazans?”
He continued: “When the Israeli forces trike Gaza, we only see smokes rising from the rubble of Palestinian houses and later on, no news about casualties.”