And we head around the world now, to the middle east, a day of tough talk and a brutal reality on the ground. The fragile pause in the fighting between Israelis and Palestinians over. And tonight,... See More
And we head around the world now, to the middle east, a day of tough talk and a brutal reality on the ground. The fragile pause in the fighting between Israelis and Palestinians over. And tonight, Israeli prime minister netanyahu told the Israeli people, this could be long. Today in gaza, the main hospital took a hit. And ABC's David Wright was there. Reporter: At gaza city's main hospital tonight, anguish. "Where are they?" He shouted. His sisters, among the victims of the latest ghastly attack. This is where it hit, over here. An explosion on a busy street, where children were playing. Kids aren't supposed to see this stuff, let alone be the victims. Then, the hospital itself came under attack. Another explosion, just outside the outpatient clinic. We found the hospital director almost in tears. It's painful for us. As a human being. Not as Muslim or Jews or Christian, human beings. Reporter: And on this, of all days, the start of Eid, the end of a month-long fast, when the kids finally felt safe enough to come out and play. The people here blame Israel, but Israel insists they were both hamas rockets that fell short of their targets. Whoever pulled the trigger, whatever the intended target may have been, this is yet another catastrophe. Children killed on one of the holiest days of the Muslim year. For these Palestinians, it's more than just an outrage. It's a call to arms. Tonight, the Israeli prime minister issued his own call to arms, addressing the nation amid reports hamas fighters managed to infiltrate southern Israel through a tunnel. Israel says one of the attackers was killed in a fire fight. "We must be prepared for a prolonged campaign," he said. "We will continue to act aggressively and responsibly." Not a statement that will win hearts and minds here. Tonight, they should have been feasting, instead, they were burying children. David Wright, ABC news, gaza.
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