The driver, a 63-year-old Palestinian Authority man, turned himself in to PA security forces.
The perpetrator turned himself in to Palestinian Authority authorities, claiming the incident was an accident.
"Hamas uses women children and women as human shields, in blatant violation of the rules of warfare and the Geneva convention."
A source close to the delegations told Al Hayat that the truce agreement would be announced on Friday in the presence of all the terror factions in Cairo.
"The forces did not act out of a desire for revenge but to try and foil [Goldin's] kidnapping."
The family of fallen IDF officer Hadar Goldin hopes to block the interim ceasefire with Hamas.
Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz: "We will be in of control of the envelope around the fence, and the level of terror will drop in the Gaza Strip, as pragmatic forces will rise."
So, which will it be? Peace in our time, or a secret sauce? Time will tell, and by time we mean today.
The two leaders also discussed the possible return of the Palestinian Authority to Gaza, and the issue of whether to disarm Hamas or not.
Since Sunday, there has been only one known arson attack launched from Gaza towards Israel.
Security forces opened investigations into both incidents.
The latest round of soldier-generated reports exposed the Hamas activity on another, particularly popular social network: Instagram.
"The question of the next round of fighting is not an 'if,' but a 'when.' I am sure that we will do what we must."
The kite caused a power outage and was removed from the high-voltage lines using a crane.
No physical injuries were reported in the attack, according to United Hatzolah of Judea and Samaria.
Hamas terrorists are launching dozens of these flying arson attacks every day.
It's not known with whom the UN officials met with during their three-hour visit to the enclave.
"It seems that it was a Salafi organization that does not recognize the authority of Hamas, which launched the [Grad] rocket."
Israeli drivers were shocked to the see the seemingly unescorted, armed PA convoy driving up the highway.
"We've gone through two wars and now we're in this situation. He can't solve the problem, which means that he won't be able to solve it in the future."
Im Tirtzu activists recorded Israeli Arabs shouting, "With spirit and blood we'll redeem you, Palestine," "Rest in peace, martyr, we continue in your path," "Israel is a terrorist state," and "An Arab Palestine from the sea to the River Jordan."
Hundreds of protesters blocked the Azrieli junction in Tel Aviv, carrying signs reading "There's a ceasefire but the south is on fire."
The rioters hurled improved explosive devices (IEDs), Molotov cocktails and stones at IDF soldiers. Israel told media there was no agreement on a ceasefire.
The arson attacks were launched despite an alleged ceasefire agreement between Hamas and Israel.
"I wonder if the important people who are enclosed in discussion rooms understand how much they are discouraging the public – in all its shades."
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