Israel must approve individuals receiving aid to ensure that money goes to the poor and not to Hamas.
“The core of the problem is political, as long as the peace process is not addressed, you cannot just count on economic normalization,” said Qatar's foreign minister.
Bennett said he “will formulate a position" after he is presented with the various possibilities.
Gulf states such as Hamas's patron, Qatar, may be seeking to redeem Israeli land with their enormous cash reserves.
Defense Minister Gantz said he worked with Qatar "to ensure the money reaches those truly in need, while maintaining Israel's security needs."
PA Banks don't want to transfer the money to Hamas terrorists which opens them up to being shut down.
The banks seem to be concerned by the prospect of being exposed to terror-financing legal action.
Hamas does not agree to waive the payment of wages to its 27,000 civilian administration employees of the Gaza Strip.
There appears to be no information about Israel's vow this past May not to allow Qatari fund transfers into Gaza until two living and two dead Israeli captives are returned.
Hamas wants the money transferred in cash, because, you know...
Under the plan, "Qatari grant funds will be transferred through the United Nations to be distributed to poor families in the Gaza Strip."
The Lapid-Bennett government must be challenged to show that it's not just code for cash to pay Hamas employees.
The PA has no way to determine who in Gaza actually receives the Qatari money.
Perhaps Israel should set some of those cash suitcases on fire right outside the border fence.
Egypt has been mediating with Hamas.
A delay in receiving money would lead to a security escalation, said Yahya Sinwar during a meeting with the U.N.’s envoy to the Middle East.
The Gulf state has long supplied Hamas with money and certain goods.
It's believed the European Union is funding installation of the gas pipeline on the Gaza side of the border; Qatar is handling the installation of the gas pipeline on the Israeli side of the border.
MBZ is committed to a counter-jihad while amassing a staggering wealth and constructing a formidable military and police force.
The Saudi crown prince inquired about purchasing various types of Israel-made air defense systems.
It is also likely Kushner will discuss last Friday's assassination of top Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh while in Riyadh.
The UAE and other Arab Gulf states have boycotted Qatar since 2017 and have demanded that it close the base.
Israel and its supporters have expressed objections to possible sales, saying that could undermine Israel’s regional Qualitative Military Edge.
Doha, with Ankara's support, has proposed to P.A. leader Mahmoud Abbas that he form a joint list in the Palestinian Legislative Council with the Gaza-based terror group, and then a national-unity coalition.
A joint statement by the US and Qatar on Friday on the strategic dialogue raised tensions in the Palestinian Authority and there is a growing understating that Qatar is becoming an important link in the implementation of American policy.
The designation has been criticized by some, including Al Jazeera Media Network, as being part of the newly signed Abraham Accords with Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.
The PA has refused to accept tax funds collected by Israel for the PA.
And that may be the true benefit of the Abraham Accord, and why President Donald Trump who pushed for it may deserve the Nobel Peace prize for real.
Hamas announced this past Monday that ceasefire “understandings” were reached to end the hostilities with the Jewish State, brokered by the Qatari envoy.
Israeli officials believe Qatar is delaying the funds transfer for fear of being accused by the international community of supporting a terrorist organization and facing subsequent sanctions.