Hamas retaliations come right after Israel captured four of the six escaped prisoners from a recent jailbreak.
This is the first such raids since a cease-fire ended the war with Hamas last month.
Egypt last week invited Israel, Hamas and the Palestinian Authority for separate talks in Cairo to consolidate the Cairo-mediated cease-fire and accelerate the reconstruction process in Gaza.
To strengthen the Israel-Hamas ceasefire, Blinken will have to tackle hawkish Israeli leadership, Palestinian divisions and deeply rooted tensions surrounding Jerusalem and its holy sites.
Many of the journalists whose accounts got blocked had been part of a WhatsApp group that disseminates information related to Hamas military operations.
Though the myriad groups claim to speak for their people, the Palestinians have not really found their voice. Nor is anyone actually willing to listen to them.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faced angry accusations from his hard-line, right-wing base that he stopped the operation too soon.
Hospitals in Gaza have been overwhelmed with waves of dead and wounded from Israel's bombardment.
The firing of hundreds of imprecise rockets into Israel by Hamas and other Palestinian groups is fairly clear-cut.
Last week, Israel destroyed a building housing The Associated Press and Al Jazeera in Gaza and claimed that Hamas used the building for a military intelligence office.
Local media reports said the main coastal road west of the city, security compounds and open spaces were among the targets hit early Monday.
The Israeli air assault early Sunday was the deadliest single attack on Gaza since the devastating 2014 Israel-Hamas war
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi blamed the US for the council's lack of action so far.
The week of deadly violence, set off by a Hamas rocket Monday, came after weeks of mounting tensions and heavy-handed Israeli measures in contested Jerusalem.
The airstrike Saturday came roughly an hour after the Israeli military ordered people to evacuate the building that also houses The Associated Press and a number of offices and apartments.
Israel's bombardment of the Gaza Strip continued into early Saturday, when an airstrike on a house in Gaza City killed at least 10 Palestinians — the highest number of fatalities in a single hit.
The West Bank violence comes as Israel unleashed a heavy barrage of tank fire and airstrikes on the Gaza Strip on Friday.
The stepped-up fighting came as communal violence in Israel erupted for a fourth night, with Jewish and Arab mobs clashing in the flashpoint town of Lod.
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