Israelis are mourning the deaths of three teenagers, believed to have been abducted, whose bodies were found in a field in the West Bank.
Israel has blamed Hamas for taking the three young men.
The Islamist group has neither confirmed nor denied Israel's allegations.
The students disappeared as they hitchhiked on June 12.
In Jerusalem, many people are outraged over the deaths and want revenge.
Israel has begun its retaliation against Hamas, who it claims is responsible for the deaths of three missing teenagers in the occupied West Bank.
Israeli security forces used explosives to demolish the homes near Hebron of the two main suspects missing since the three young men disappeared.
There have also been reports of airstrikes in Gaza overnight.
Earlier, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blamed Hamas for the kidnapping and said they would "pay" for the deaths.
Funeral services are held for the three missing Israeli teenagers whose bodies were found near Hebron under a pile of rocks, as Palestinians react to the death of a 19-year-old by Israeli troops during an arrest raid in the West Bank. Mana Rabiee reports.
Israel's carried out at least two dozen airstrikes on the Gaza strip following the discovery of the bodies of three missing Israeli settlers. Prime Minister Netanyahu blamed Hamas for the deaths and warned that it would pay a heavy price.