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Palestinian terrorists in Gaza fired at least one rocket toward Israel; the rocket landed in Gaza, however. In response, Israel closed the Kerem Shalom crossing. Five Hamas members were reportedly arrested by PA security forces in the West Bank. A senior Hamas official said the group recently held meetings with US and European officials regarding its designation as a terror organization.
A Hamas delegation led by Khaled Meshal traveled from Egypt to Turkey to meet with Prime Minister Erdogan. Hamas denounced reports that 30 jihadists had entered the Sinai from Gaza and joined a military base in the area. An IDF general alleged that the Palestinian Authority has scaled back funding of a group known for demonstrations against the IDF.
Hamas called on Hezbollah to get its fighters out of the Syrian civil war. Cairo-based Mousa Abu Marzouk said that Hezbollah should aim its weapons against Israel. A senior Hamas official said the group hopes to move forward with its ties with Iran following the recent presidential election.
Hamas denounced the Palestinian Authority for its recent campaign to arrest Hamas members in the West Bank. Hamas called on the PA to end security cooperation with Israel. Sweden is considering reducing its aid to the Palestinian Authority.
Hamas said PA security forces arrested eight of its members in the West Bank. Palestinian Authority TV honored three terrorists serving a combination of 166 life sentences. Fatah official Nabil Shaath warned that the Palestinian leadership cannot guarantee that a new intifada will not break out.
Palestinian Islamic Jihad released photos from one of its camps in Gaza in which children are seen training with AK-47s and carrying out mock kidnappings of Israelis. President Abbas rejected calls from US Congressmen to fire an official who had recently praised a Palestinian terrorist who had killed an Israeli. Six Hamas affiliates were detained by PA security forces.
The Palestinian Authority requested that Secretary of State Kerry try to secure the release of a number of Palestinians held in Israeli prisons. A new Palestinian government was sworn in during a ceremony in Ramallah.
Hamas denied reports that its military wing seeks to maintain a relationship with Hezbollah and Iran despite opposition from members of the group's Politburo. Palestinian terrorists reportedly fired three mortars toward Israel. The mortars landed in Gaza. Seven Hamas members were arrested by PA security forces in the West Bank.
President Abbas said a new government will be formed in the coming days. Secretary of State Kerry reportedly asked Abbas for more time to restart peace talks between Israel and the Palestinian leadership. Seven Hamas members were arrested by PA security forces in the West Bank.
President Abbas chose academic Rami Hamdallah as the new prime minister of the Palestinian Authority. Hamas condemned the appointment and said that the government did not represent the Palestinian people.
PA security forces arrested four Hamas members in the West Bank. A senior Hamas official said kidnapping Israelis was at the heart of Palestinian culture. President Abbas lamented that he is under intense pressure to resume talks with Israel without requiring preconditions for negotiations.
Two Palestinians in Gaza were sentenced to death for allegedly collaborating with Israel. The Palestinian leadership is reportedly putting little faith in the US effort to restart peace talks with Israel. President Abbas met with Secretary of State Kerry to discuss the peace process with Israel; some Palestinians protested the meeting in Ramallah.
A senior Palestinian official said the legal work to apply for Palestinian membership in 63 UN agencies, conventions, and treaties had been completed. PA security forces reportedly arrested three Hamas members in the West Bank. A Hamas official reiterated that the group was willing to close down smuggling tunnels in exchange for the creation of commercial crossings with Egypt. Hamas' Interior Ministry instructed security forces in Gaza to uphold "standards of manliness."
Hamas forces reportedly seized 100 rockets and 500 rifles belonging to Fatah's al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades in Gaza. A jihadist news agency accused Hamas of hacking a number of al Qaeda-affiliated forums. Hamas' Interior Minister Fathi Hammad said he was in discussions with Egyptian officials to allow for the reopening of the Rafah crossing.
Two Palestinian terrorists were wounded at a training facility in the northern Gaza Strip. Three Palestinians preparing to ignite a series of Molotov cocktails were detained by Israeli security forces before being handed over to Palestinian authorities. Hamas and Islamic Jihad condemned the Palestinian Authority for holding secret talks with Israeli leaders, which were revealed in the Israeli media.
The Palestinian Authority increased diplomatic relations with Honduras and El Salvador. The Palestinian Authority is planning to apply for full membership in INTERPOL. During a sermon at a mosque in Gaza City, influential Muslim cleric Yusuf al Qaradawi called on Palestinians to continue "the resistance" against Israel.
During a visit to the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip, influential Muslim cleric Yusuf al Qaradawi said, "Our wish should be that we carry out Jihad to death." A Hamas official denied reports that Qatar and Hamas' relationship is weakening. Nine Hamas members were reportedly detained by PA security forces in the West Bank. A poll found that 45 percent of Palestinians believe "armed struggle" is the best way to achieve statehood.
A senior Palestinian official said "resistance to Israel remains on our agenda....I mean resistance in all of its forms." Five Hamas members were arrested by PA security forces in the West Bank. A senior Hamas official said that "as long as the [Syrian] government has missiles they should be fired at Israel not at its people." Yusuf al Qaradawi arrived in the Gaza Strip for a three-day visit.
A Hamas official called for the resumption of "martyrdom operations" inside Israel. Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat said the Palestinian leadership had not been notified of any settlement freeze by Israel. Hamas forces in Gaza broke up a protest against Israel's recent airstrikes in Syria. A number of cameramen were reportedly arrested.
Hamas' Ismail Haniyeh said preparations are underway for the visit of Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan to Gaza this month. Hamas said PA security forces arrested 38 of its members in the West Bank in April. Four members of Hizb al-Tahrir were arrested by PA security forces in Jenin. Denmark and Finland plan to upgrade Palestinian missions in their countries to embassy status.