“Business cost attack: blood for votes,” MP Ofer Cassif, a member of the left-wing Hadash party, tweeted.
The politician accused acting Prime Minister Yair Lapid and Minister of Defense Benny Gantz of resorting to violence to win more votes in the election.
However, he warned that such an action will only lead to a sea of tears and blood in the Gaza ghetto, where two million people have been imprisoned for 15 years, and also in Israel.
Ayman Odeh, the top leader of Hadash and the Joint List, an alliance of Arab and left-wing parties with representation in the Knesset (parliament), spoke in a similar vein.
The government is committing war crimes against the Palestinian people to serve narrow political interests, and Gazans are paying the price in blood, he also tweeted.
Odeh called for an immediate end to the conflict, stressing that only the end of the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories will bring peace and security.