* Islamic Jihad says not ready for ceasefire; PM: Israel will do what's needed "We will not tolerate attacks on our citizens," Netanyahu said. "In the last year, we accumulated a mass of these attacks."
* IDF: Israeli forces are 'walking a tightrope' to prevent Hamas joining fray Army spokesman says Islamic Jihad is continuing its attacks but 'in a measured way' so as to allow option of restoring calm; rocket count at Israel hits 250 by midday.
* Netanyahu Warns Islamic Jihad Terrorists: 'Stop Attacks or Absorb More Blows' Islamic Jihad terrorists in Gaza must stop rocket attacks or "absorb more and more blows" as an escalation of violence raged for a second day, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Wednesday.
* IDF warns Islamic Jihad expected to continue fighting 'for several days' Military says 250 projectiles fired since Tuesday, Islamic Jihad 'very confused'.
* Gaza: IDF Continues Assassinations, 3 Top Terrorists Killed, Reserve Units Activated After a barrage of rockets hit Israel on Tuesday following the IDF's assasination of Islamic Jihad terrorist leader Abu Ala-Ata, Palestinian Islamic Jihad has also confirmed the death of a central brigade commander Khaled Farraj by an Israeli airstrike in the central Gaza Strip on Wednesday morning.
* Jihad turns to using short-range rockets against Israeli locations close to Gaza During Wednesday, Nov. 13, the Palestinian Islamic Jihad withheld use of its long-range rockets against central Israel and instead hammered Israeli locations near the Gaza Strip, causing damage but no casualties.
* "Death to Israel" song on Hamas TV as terrorists' rockets strike Israel Since the early morning, Islamic Jihad terrorists have been firing rockets from the Gaza Strip at Israeli civilian targets following Israel's assassination of senior commander of the Islamic Jihad terror organization in Gaza, Baha Abu Al-Ata.
* EU shops must label products made in Israeli settlements, judges rule, in decision set to anger Israel The European Union's top court ruled Tuesday that shops in EU countries must identify products made in Israeli settlements on their labels, in a decision likely to spark anger in Israel.
* Turkey's Syria operation reveals cracks among Erdogan's political foes Turkey's military incursion in Syria has given President Tayyip Erdogan a bump in opinion polls and exposed potential cracks in an informal political alliance that claimed surprise victories over his ruling party in local elections this year.
* After Bombarding Tel Aviv, Islamic Jihad Now Threatens to Attack Jerusalem A massive barrage of rockets have been fired from Gaza into Israel on Tuesday following Israel's overnight assassination of Islamic Jihad leader Abu Al-Ata.