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.
A source in Ramallah noted that Abbas' internal political rivals, headed by Muhammad Dahlan, are much more likely to find themselves under an Interpol extradition order than Israeli officials.
"You kidnap Palestinian students from campus and torture them in your jails. You torture your political rivals."
The PA's accession to Interpol violates signed agreements with Israel.
"The Palestinian Authority must cease terror incitement, payment to terrorists and their families . . . before it can truly be seen as a force for good on the global anti-terror stage."
The trip is taking place as part of the dissolution of Gaza’s administrative committee, brokered with Hamas by Egypt.
Riots broke out in nearby Biddu following the attack by Nimer Mahmoud Ahmad Jamal, 37, a resident of the village of Beit Surik.
IDF Chief of Staff: “I found it appropriate to weigh considerations of kindness and mercy, taking into account his past as a combat soldier in the operational arena.”
The most serious meaning of the PA's acceptance is that they will now be receiving sensitive information related to the war on terror.
"We pray for the victims and their families," Friedman said.
Greenblatt might have been more horrified to have seen what was going on in the streets of Gaza . . .
“To the Gaviriya family, you are an inseparable part of the Border Guard Police family."
“As part of the operation, IDF and Border Police forces swept the village, raided the terrorist’s home and blockaded the village."
US envoy Jason Greenblatt will conduct meetings “in advance of a private trip in the region with his family" for the Jewish holiday of Sukkot.
Israel is deeply worried that sensitive information it has already shared, and any it might share with other member states, could be compromised if the PA wins Interpol membership.
"In recent months there has been a major deterioration in my situation," Erekat said. "I need oxygen and have difficulty walking, and every day I expect two lungs to be implanted."
A senior White House official performed a familiar juggling act saying the administration was optimistic about the peace process in general, but no one expects a breakthrough or even tangible progress this week.
“In his speech, Abu Mazen (the PA leader’s nom de guerre) will detail all the planned steps of the next stage ahead of the UN bid.”
None of the forces were injured in the exchange.
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 teenage terrorist was shot and neutralized, then cared for by an IDF medic until emergency medics arrived.
Kahlon said the ministry would use "any and all means at its disposal. . . against any organization that undermines the State of Israel or IDF soldiers."
“The President of Togo has emphasized that elaborate preparations are needed in order to guarantee the success of the event."
"Mahmoud Abbas will be 92 a decade from now. Israel will not intervene in his replacement, but we will certainly expect changes."
The reason for the arrest was likely the fact that Glick posted pictures of himself with Jaber and his family on Facebook.