The top heads of the state urged the public to preserve their peace and unite against the enemy in all forms.
The station did not provide further details about which country belongs the fighter jets conducted the aerial bombardments.
However, this week there were signs from Tel Aviv that the decision was being reviewed by Netanyahu.
In 2013, he refused to swipe t-shirts with an Israeli player in a display of support for Palestinian rights.
The attack was the second in two days as the government tries to stabilize the country's capital.
The surprise decision gives the long-sitting assembly extra time to remain in power and serve.