The folks in Ramallah, meanwhile, declared the US Vice President persona non grata, because of the president's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. So no laying a wreath on Chairman Arafat's grave for now.
Wednesday was the sixth day in a row in which Gaza terrorists fired rockets at southern Israel.
The IDF is urging Israeli youths not to hitchhike anywhere in the country because there is a high risk of abduction by terrorists.
Instead of waiting for Israel to complete its part in implementing Oslo, Abbas urged the full support of the OIC members for the PA's quest to become a full member of the United Nations.
"The Vice President very much looks forward to traveling to the region and to meet with Prime Minister Netanyahu and President el-Sisi."
The Red Crescent reported 21 wounded by rubber bullets in clashes throughout Judea and Samaria.
Avitzur, the Bar Mitzvah boy, said: "I don't enjoy being here. But it also gives me strength."
An explosion was heard in Sderot but the rockets launched from Gaza didn't make it past the border into Israel.
"The Christmas tree was switched off on the order of the mayor today in protest at Trump's decision," said a Bethlehem municipal spokesperson.
"The House has taken a crucial step towards ending the PA's intentional misuse of foreign assistance to financially reward terrorists and their families."
Thirty-one PA schools are named after terrorists and "martyrs," 41 school names glorify martyrdom, while three additional schools are named after Nazi collaborators.
This week's mob attack began with heavy rocks thrown at the Israeli group and boulders rolled from uphill at them.
Eight are suspected of terror activities and of violent disturbances against civilians and vehicles.
Hamdallah praised China's continuous support for the Palestinian Authority and noted the importance of China's participation in the industrial zone project near Hebron.
"I'm coming towards you, my enemy, We're going down from every house with cleavers and knives, With grenades we announced a popular war."
The Arabs sprayed the cave with tear gas, and some of the children were injured from gas inhalation.
The attack — carried out on the Islamic holiday of Ramadan — utterly destroyed the trust so carefully built between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
The terrorist group vows to expand in Judea and Samaria.
In addition, they hope to pass a new law to prosecute IDF soldiers who kill terrorists.
Challenging the Secretary of State's threat, Fatah announced the implementation of the PA leadership's decision to go to the ICC.
Shortly after the last general election, Hamas official began throwing Fatah officials off the roofs of buildings in Gaza.
Egypt is trying prevent the talks and agreement from failing apart.
No physical injuries were reported. IDF forces searched the area for the attackers.
The Palestinian Authority was holding the terrorist to keep him out of Israeli hands.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson announced Friday that the PA had violated a provision in a US law which says the PLO mission in DC would be closed down should the PA approach the International Criminal Court to prosecute Israelis for crimes against PA Arabs.