It stated that the two fighters were part of a military training in "Asqalan" center, one of its training locations in northern Gaza, and that many Palestinians, including political leaders of Hamas, were in attendance.
The two were said to be members of Hamas.
The Israeli military said it had retaliated against gunfire aimed at its troops by militants.
The army issued orders to Israelis living on the Gaza periphery to be ready to enter the shelters in case rockets start falling from Gaza.
Following a meeting with other resistance factions, al-Masri told reporters that the Palestinian resistance would "not allow Israel to breach the terms of the truce".
The Ezzeddin al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas's armed wing, has identified the two slain Palestinians as Abdul-Hafith Silawi and Ahmed Murjan, both 23, from the Jabalia refugee camp.
"The resistance can not allow the occupation to impose a policy of bombing sites and targeting fighters without paying the price", it said in a statement.
The tension in Gaza has been high since the Palestinians launched massive anti-Israel rallies in March, known as "the Great March of Return", which demanded the lift of the blockade Israel has imposed on Gaza since 2007.
Israel's security cabinet discussed the proposal on Sunday, but afterwards ministers said only that the Israeli military was "prepared for any scenario".
Two months after its construction began, earlier this week, Israel's Ministry of Defense released first footage of the sea barrier it is building along the country's border with Gaza. No Israeli soldiers were injured in the Hamas attack. It deemed Israel's shelling of them a "criminal act".
The report noted that the Israeli violations against Palestinian information freedoms increased sharply compared to the same period previous year which witnessed 127 violations.
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