Israeli and Palestinian factions in Gaza entered into an Egypt-brokered ceasefire in November 2012, which was later violated by both sides. But which side was more brutal?
In November 2012, Israeli and Palestinian factions in Gaza entered into an Egyptian-brokered ceasefire where both parties would cease hostilities and in which Israel would relieve restrictions on the Gaza Strip. But both sides violated that agreement. One side did so more frequently and more brutally than the other.