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Hamas is the "wild card," Regev said, expressing skepticism that the group would give up violence.
Khalil al Hayya, a leader of Hamas, described the negotiations as both difficult and serious. He accused Israel of "playing semantic games."
The two sides' demands aren't easy to reconcile.
Rocket fire from Gaza late Wednesday, near the end of the initial truce, and early Thursday, as the extension began, raised doubts about whether it would last. Israeli airstrikes in response to the rockets added to fears that fighting was ratcheting up again.
The Palestinian delegation in Egypt, which includes Hamas, has demanded an end to Israel's economic blockade on Gaza, an extension of fishing rights off the coast, the reopening of an airport and seaport and the release of prisoners held by Israelis.
Israel's Iron Dome missile defense system has intercepted some of the roughly 3,500 rockets fired from Gaza since the conflict began.
"There remains a positive atmosphere towards reaching a comprehensive agreement," Azzam al Ahmed, the lead Palestinian negotiator told reporters late Wednesday. "But there are still sticking points."
Israeli and Palestinian officials said they had accepted the five day extension of the truce. The initial three day cease fire had expired at midnight.
Regev told CNN on Thursday that the key to a longer term solution was an end to rocket fire from Gaza.
Gaza truce extension holds after shaky start
But the exchange of fire was limited and didn't last long. Quiet returned to the skies over Gaza, aside from the familiar buzz of Israeli drones. shelters to visit the neighborhoods they had fled during the fighting, and traffic had once again filled the bustling streets.
Al Ahmed, head of the Palestinian team, said late Wednesday that there's still no agreement on the opening of crossings into Israel, "the launching of a free fishing zone" and various "security issues."
'Still sticking points'
But Hanan Ashrawi, an executive member of the Palestine Liberation Organization, said the Israelis "keep blaming Hamas for everything."
"If there's no hostile fire from Gaza into Israel, of course we can have serious discussions about easing restrictions," he said. They're only there in the first place as a response to the violence."
She suggested that the Israeli government "stop trying to demonize, dehumanize and blame Hamas and the Palestinians," saying it should instead "make the cease fire hold and move to ending the occupation and dealing with all the root causes."
Israel: Hamas is 'wild card'
Israeli government spokesman Mark Regev accused Hamas, the militant Islamic group that holds power in Gaza, of violating the truce with the overnight rocket fire.
Israel, leaving it unclear which Palestinian group had launched them.
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Israel says it wants Hamas to disarm and Gaza to be demilitarized.
The Gaza conflict has killed more than 1,900 people on the Palestinian side, most of them believed to be civilians, and 67 on the Israeli side, most of them soldiers.
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