The Israeli right-wing Minister of Education, Naftali Bennet, will demand, during the meeting for the Israel government on Sunday, to cut relations with the Palestinian Authority in light of the reconciliation agreement between Hamas and Fatah.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wrote on Facebook that any reconciliation deal must make Hamas disarm and "end its war to destroy Israel".
Hugi reported that sources that are "in the know" told him that Major General Majid Faraj, head of the Palestinian General Intelligence Agency, refused to sign the agreements until Hamas will agree to a truce in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.
The Egyptian patrons of the reconciliation deal invited Palestinian factions for a national dialogue in Cairo on October 21, to discuss the remaining issues related to the decade long internal Palestinian division. Much of the worldwide community has supported the rapprochement, believing that Palestinian unity will serve both to ease the humanitarian crisis in Gaza and enhance the prospects of jump-starting peace negotiations with Israel.
Abbas welcomed the deal in comments to AFP and said he considered it a "final agreement to end the division"-though many details remain to be resolved and previous reconciliation attempts have repeatedly failed".
For the 2 million Palestinians of Gaza, trapped in a tiny coastal strip that is frequently compared to an open-air prison, the Cairo deal offered a potential respite from their lives of dire shortages of electricity and lifesaving medicine, as well as a chance to travel to the outside world.
Hamas leadership is reportedly "furiously investigating" who leaked the information to Hugi, and some within the Palestinian media have said that the developments that Hugi has described have little basis in reality, and have been misinterpreted by the reporter.
The figure is a fraction of the number of police officers employed by Hamas, the Islamist movement that runs the Gaza Strip.
It has fought three wars with Israel since 2008 and the blockaded Gaza Strip has seen deteriorating humanitarian conditions.
But one central issue has yet to be discussed: the fate of Hamas' militant wing and cache of rockets and weapons. And the Palestinian Authority is hoping that reconciliation will allow the Palestinian territories to have a unified voice to press Israel for an independent state.
An eyewitness to the final moments of at least one of the skydivers told the Post there was nothing he could do. The witness said it appeared the skydiver did not activate a back-up parachute after the first one failed.
Ophelia is unlikely to be as powerful, with a less than 30 per cent chance of winds hitting Britain at hurricane force. Saturday, Ophelia was about 220 miles south of the Azores, moving northeast at a brisk 25 mph.
The SIT held a press conference for the first time ever since its formation following Gauri Lankesh's brutal murder. There has, however, been no evidence to prove that it was the same gun used in the murder of Prof M M Kalburgi.
A senior Fatah leader in the Gaza Strip, Zakaria al-Agha, said that Abbas "will be in Gaza within less than a month". In 2014 a deal was struck, however Hamas reneged on the agreement and continued to rule over Gaza.
Jose Mourinho feels Manchester United frustrated Liverpool and is satisfied with coming away from Anfield with a point. Many of their dropped points came in matches they otherwise dominated, but were unable to kill off.
It had also ordered to start the process of declaring Sharif's sons proclaimed offender for failing to appear before the court. Sharif's wife Kulsoom, who is suffering from throat cancer, has undergone three surgeries in the United Kingdom so far.
Well, turns out Breaking Bad fans are slow to forget. 'We don't want to gate ourselves in, ' she told the news channel. Show creator Vince Gilligan even made a public plea back in 2015 for people to stop throwing pizzas on the roof.
Collins, whose term ends in 2020, acknowledged that it was a hard decision, one that she'd struggled over. Trump became president, she has voted less often with her party than any other Republican senator.
The cities of New York, Philadelphia and New Orleans are also out of compliance with federal law, according to the DOJ . Since the inauguration and throughout the year , the City of Chicago has been at odds with the Trump Administration.
The video was posted to the Facebook page of Cronulla Real Estate , the company Hatheier works for when not wrestling sharks. Huge cheers could be heard in the background as she succeeded in lifting the shark up and threw it back into the sea.
Bank of America earnings top Wall Street estimates
The results beat Wall Street analysts' expectations, which were looking for a profit of 46 cents per share, according to FactSet. Jefferies Group LLC reaffirmed a "buy" rating on shares of Bank of America Corporation in a research report on Friday, July 7th.
You Can Now Download Pixel 2's Google Camera 5.1 Android App
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Del Potro to have scan on wrist injury ahead of Federer semi
Breaking serve for the second straight time, Harrison looked well on course for the huge upset in the handsome city of Shanghai. World number five Cilic secured his place in the semi-finals with a routine victory over Spain's Albert Ramos-Vinolas.
Massive hole reopens in Antarctic sea ice
A mysterious hole has been spotted in Antarctica's winter sea ice cover, which is as big as the Indian state of West Bengal. Scientists weren't expecting the polynya to re-appear, and aren't sure why it has resurfaced twice in the past two years.
U.S. pulls out of United Nations cultural organisation
Under the Reagan Administration, the U.S. quit UNESCO in 1984, at the time accusing the agency of a pro- Soviet Union bias. The United Nation's education, cultural and scientific agency has passed several resolutions against Israel.
Child left behind in Utah Corn Maze
A 3-year-old boy was reunited with his parents Tuesday morning after his parents left him at a corn maze overnight. She called police Tuesday morning to report her son was missing and was informed her child was with DCFS.