Erdan echoed Education Minister Naftali Bennett's statement earlier this week that soldiers should shoot the people flying weaponized kites.
The fire kits destroyed thousands of acres of farmland and caused millions in damage.
Gilad Erdan said Palestinians who use kites to set fire to Israeli fields should be assassinated by the Israeli military.
It is hard to see what either Israel or Hamas could gain from an additional round of fighting.
At least 25 mortar shells were fired at southern Israeli communities but with no reported injuries.
Israeli Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz accused the EU of "sucking up to Iran" and said the organization "doesn't really represent European nations."
The liberal media is determined to cast Trump foreign policy success in a negative light, U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman said.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accused Tehran of using Iran deal funds to back the Lebanese Shiite Muslim Hezbollah, as well as the jihadi Sunni Muslim groups.
A White House spokesman told skeptical reporters that blaming Israel for Palestinian deaths was "a propaganda attempt" by Hamas.
Fadi al-Batsh was allegedly part of an overseas Hamas operation researching new weapons technology.
The spread of drone technology has allowed militant groups to build de facto air forces.
Fadi Mohammad al-Batsh, 35, was shot dead by motorcycle gunmen in a suburb of Kuala Lumpur.
Economic development and humanitarian aid is not enough to deliver a sustainable and dignified future for Gazans.
Dozens were killed and hundreds more injured during protests at the Gaza-Israel border, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry.
"Entering a zone declared off-limits should not be a crime considered punishable by death," Human Rights Watch said.
His party, Fatah, has called the blast an assassination attempt by political rival Hamas.
Rabbi Raziel Shevach was killed in a drive-by shooting near his settlement on Tuesday.