Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu commented on the bombing by saying: "We will continue to deepen the settlements, and deepen our roots and strike our enemies," pointing out that the security services are pursuing the perpetrator.
Our correspondent quoted Palestinian sources as saying: "The Israelis, throwing stones at Palestinian cars, in response to the bombing."
On the other hand, Palestinians in Gaza are preparing to participate in the marches of return and break the border blockade, at a time when the mutual threats between Gaza and Israel are escalating.
Informed Palestinian sources said that Hamas and other Palestinian factions intend to escalate the demonstrations on the borders of the Gaza Strip, in response to Israel's disavowal of truce understandings.
Our correspondent in Gaza also reported that the Palestinian factions allowed the return of the activity of coarse folk instruments used in border marches, such as burning balloons.
Since March 30, 2018, Palestinians in Gaza have been participating in weekly marches near the Gaza border, demanding the return of Palestinian refugees to their lands from which they were displaced in 1948 and lifting the Israeli blockade of Gaza for more than 12 years.