Have pro-Hamas trolls taken over the Telegraph's headline writing?

Here are the indisputable facts about what occurred today – a timeline of events that even the Guardian isn’t disputing.
Israel supported an extension of the 72 hour ceasefire that was in effect while both sides negotiated a long-term agreement in Cairo, and which was going to expire at 8AM this morning.
After warning that they wouldn’t agree to extend the ceasefire, Hamas carried though on the threat and, shortly after 8AM, began firing dozens of rockets at Israel.
Israel then responded to the Hamas rocket fire – which injured several Israelis – by targeting terror targets in Gaza.
Here’s how the Telegraph framed it:
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The headline isn’t just misleading. It’s a baldfaced lie.

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