Arouri and a number of other Hamas operatives are currently based in Lebanon, where they met last month with Iranian officials.
"Ayman Odeh is a terrorist in a suit. What he has managed to conceal for two years of smiling – he revealed in one phone call with Haniyeh."
The discovery was made near the Jewish community of Otniel, where a number of residents have lost their lives to terrorist attacks.
'For too long, Hamas has exploited the people of Gaza as hostages and shields, bullying them into submission.'
Both the Hamas in Gaza and the PLO in Judea and Samaria have not held parliamentary elections in more than a decade, and it remains to be seen who would win such an election – should the PA government call one.
On Saturday evening, Haniyeh released a statement saying, "The reconciliation is a will and a decision, to prevent Israel from swallowing up the West Bank and continuing its siege of the Gaza Strip.”
If anyone asks, this is why Israel closes off the Gaza Strip and the Palestinian Authority for the duration of Jewish holidays: to commemorate the Park Hotel massacre.
Abbas will not agree to a model similar to that of Hezbollah in Lebanon, and will demand barring external forces (i.e. Qatar) from involvement in the administration of the Gaza Strip.
"You kidnap Palestinian students from campus and torture them in your jails. You torture your political rivals."
The trip is taking place as part of the dissolution of Gaza’s administrative committee, brokered with Hamas by Egypt.
Greenblatt might have been more horrified to have seen what was going on in the streets of Gaza . . .
The tunnel was located in Rafah.
The move also represents Hamas' aspiration to get a seat at the table should President Donald Trump's efforts at restoring the "peace process" with Israel succeed.
The term “resistance tunnels” refers to those that are used specifically for military purposes.
In the Egyptian plan, Israel releases Hamas terrorists, and in exchange Hamas will give Israel some information on the missing Israelis they're holding.
Hamas and the Palestinian Authority send money to terrorists and their families.
The Jordanian government ordered the Waqf to not appear in court, as part of their policy to not recognize the authority of the courts of the State of Israel over the Temple Mount.
Yahyah told Maurer that any swap deal between Hamas and Israel should “guarantee the release of Palestinian prisoners.”
"The ICRC president has come when Israel is concerned about Hamas holding the bodies of Israel's slain soldiers, and innocent, defenseless civilians."
The meeting, which was attended by other members of Hamas's leadership group, continued for an hour and concluded without official statements to the media.
Among those arrested were released security prisoners suspected of returning to their old occupation.
Sewage is also appearing on the beaches of southern Israel, and contaminating ground water in Gaza and southern Israel.
Seeing as Abbas' Fatah is simply unable to carry out those eloquent suggestions of Trump's envoy, perhaps the US would be willing to send ground forces to forcibly reinstate the PA as the legitimate government of the Strip.
The Kerem Shalom Crossing "shows how [Israel] is trying to help the people of Gaza under very challenging and trying circumstances," said US peace envoy Jason Greenblatt.
"It is important to open the closures . . . It is important to avoid the buildup of the militantism that can undermine the confidence between the two people."