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“I saw how Prime Minister Netanyahu balances in between being really aggressive with the bad people and trying to be good, as much as you can, with the good people,” Barkat said.
“Now that we are supervising, we know it’s going to humanitarian causes,” the source said, paraphrasing Netanyahu.
The money is in addition to the close to $10 million distributed in Gaza over the weekend to 94,000 poor families. Each family received $100 in cash.
US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said that “we can’t talk about peace in the Middle East until we can agree on a basic condemnation of Hamas and its terrorism.”
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
"If the Qatari donation stops, we will be destroyed," said 45-year-old civil servant Ammar Fayyad, the main bread-winner in his 13-strong family.
Hussam Badran, a member of Hamas’s “political bureau,” said his movement and Qatar had made the offer to the PA.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
At this stage, Hamas seems keen on avoiding a situation where the incident, which resulted in the death of seven Palestinians.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
“We held serious discussions. It’s a question of alternatives,” he said of the deal.
"We agreed with Israel to solve the electricity problem, line 161 and rights of sea passage," the Qatari diplomat said at a meeting with Palestinian faction leaders in Gaza.
By YASSER OKBI/MAARIV
The paychecks of the Hamas members, which were being paid through financial aid by Qatar, were passed on in suitcases in a heavily guarded vehicle.
By TAMAR BEERI
The Qatari grant is believed to be part of understandings reached between Israel, Qatar, Egypt and Hamas to reach a truce in the Gaza Strip.
The money was given to Hamas by Qatar, but would have needed Israeli approval to enter the Gaza Strip through the Erez crossing.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Qatar recently agreed to pay for the fuel, which is being bought from Israeli companies and delivered to the Gaza Strip through the United Nations Office for Project Services.
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