Well, the shooting has stopped, but the war of words goes on.Late today, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken spoke with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to pledge U.S. humanitarian assistance and discuss maintenance of the cease-fire.Abbas governs on the West Bank and has no authority in Gaza.Israel and Hamas, meanwhile, offered sharply different versions today of who won and who lost in this, their fourth conflict in just over a dozen years. John Yang reports on day one of the cease-fire.The sounds of celebration replaced the echoes of artillery fire and rockets, as the fragile truce largely held for its first full day.Thousands of Palestinians rallied in Gaza, declaring victory over Israel, after 11 days of fighting.This is a liberation. We won. We broke their pride. I hope God will protect the resistance.A senior Hamas official in Gaza City had a message for Israel.Netanyahu, the Zionist enemy, and his army said that they would destroy the tunnels above our resistance.And I tell him today that our fighters are now striding proudly in the tunnels.Hamas' leader Ismail Haniyeh also thanked Iran for supplying weapons to Gaza. Hundreds of Hamas supporters marched in Khan Yunis after Friday prayers.There were also celebrations in the West Bank and East Jerusalem. At the same time, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared his own victory.When we embarked together on the campaign, I defined its main goal to land a hard blow on the terror organizations, to harm their capabilities and restore calm, while establishing our deterrence. And that is exactly what we did.